Cadillac BLS

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The Cadillac BLS is a compact executive car marketed in Europe by Cadillac, a division of General Motors. Based on GM's Epsilon architecture, the BLS is a heavily restyled version of the Saab 9-3. The development was done by Saab and cost more than one billion kronor (approximately $140 million) to design. GM never personally paid Saab for these development costs, despite the fact that it was GM who would benefit from the sales of the vehicle and Saab had produced it. However, General Motors did provide Saab Automobile with many other resources, both financially and materially: Because of GM, Saab now owns "highly modern and profoundly effective manufacturing and development facilities," that were created under General Motors' ownership of the company. It was manufactured in Trollhättan, Sweden, alongside the Saab 9-3 and the Saab 9-5. Sales of the sedan began in March 2006, with a station wagon joining the line for 2007. The BLS was introduced to the Arabian, Mexican, South African, and South Korean markets for the 2007 model year.

Frequently lambasted by critics, with some sarcastically claiming that "BLS" stood for "Bob Lutz Special",, the BLS sold extremely poorly; In 2007, Cadillac produced 2,772Automobil Revue, catalog 2008, p. 47 cars at the Trollhättan factory, with 282 sold in Germany, a market with total annual sales of 3.15...
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