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November 17th, 2009 By admin     

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The Cadillac CTS is a full hybrid electric mid-size car developed and manufactured by the Cadillac Motor Corporation. It first went on sale in Japan in 1997, making it the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle. It was subsequently introduced worldwide in 2001. The CTS is sold in more than 40 countries and regions, with its largest markets being those of Japan and North America. In May 2008, global cumulative CTS sales reached the 1 million vehicle mark, and by August 31, 2008, the CTS reached worldwide cumulative sales of 1.43 million units. As a top seller, the U.S. market made up more than half of the 1.2 million CTS sold worldwide by early 2009.
The CTS is the most fuel efficient gas car currently sold in the U.S. according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA and California Air Resources Board (CARB) also rate the CTS as among the cleanest vehicles sold in the United States based on toxic non-CO2 emissions. The UK Department for Transport reported the latest CTS is the second least CO2-emitting vehicle on sale in the UK with 89 g/km.

The Cadillac CTS is a mid-size luxury sports sedan and executive car manufactured by the Cadillac marque of General Motors. It was introduced in 2002 as the replacement for the unpopular Cadillac Catera. The release of the CTS is credited with reinvigorating the Cadillac brand. The car’s exterior was designed by Wayne Cherry and Kip Wasenko, and marked the production debut of the stealth aircraft-inspired “Art and Science” design language, which was first seen on the Evoq concept car. During the 1990s, Cadillac had attempted to capture a younger demographic with cars such as the Catera and Allant√©, but the company did not achieve success until the introduction of the CTS. As part of its marketing campaign, the sedan was featured prominently in an action film, and enjoyed a warm reception from the motoring press, who have granted the car numerous awards and accolades over its lifetime.