Breaking Through The Great Wall! Cadillac Debuts New SLS For China

We're now assuming the spy photos of what we initially thought was a new STS — were actually the new straight-to-the-Chinese-market Cadillac Seville Luxury Sedan, also known as the SLS, unveiled today at the Auto Show in Shanghai. The new luxe-illac has a price point anywhere from 500,000 yuan and 750,000 yuan. That means, when converted to cold hard American cash, it's only around $63,580 to $95,340. Right, only. With luxe car sales in China growing 24.5% in the first eight months of the year, and with annual demand expected to reach 300,000 units by 2010, there's some money to be made in the world's most heavily populated country — so it makes sense the General's there trying to find some. Although we've been told that Caddy dropped four new models today in China, (we've heard one of them is the Escalade) we've only seen this one — but hey, we've got one more pic of GM's Chinese hotness for you below the jump.

Breaking Through The Great Wall! Cadillac Debuts New SLS For China

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