Cadillac boss seeks GM split

CADILLAC boss Johan de Nysschen (left) says the brand will start reporting separately from its parent, General Motors. Since joining in August 2014 from Infiniti, de Nysschen has relocated Cadillac HQ from Detroit to New York as part of a strategy to make it more independent. He announced that Cadillac will have “a far higher degree of autonomy and selfsufficiency” as it marches towards his goal of 500,000 global sales by 2020. The Australian market will play a small part in achieving that goal. Last year, Cadillac sold 263,697 vehicles.