Photo of Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant courtesy of GM.

Photo of Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant courtesy of GM.

Cadillac's new longer, high-technology car will go into production in the fourth quarter of 2015 at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, General Motors has announced.

The addition of this new Cadillac, which has not been officially named, is part of a previously announced $384 million investment in the facility on Detroit's east side. Tools and equipment unique to the Cadillac model were installed recently.

Positioned above today's CTS and XTS product lines, the new top-of-the-line Cadillac will make its public debut in the first half of next year. Four of seven Cadillac models — the ELR at Detroit-Hamtramck and the CTS sedan and ATS sedan and Coupe are built at Lansing Grand River — are assembled in Michigan.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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