New Cadillac Partially Revealed in 60 Minutes Spot

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On last night's 60 Minutes, GM Vice Chair Bob Lutz took Steve Kroft on a walkthrough of Cadillac's Warren, Michigan design studio, where the brand's angular Art and Science design language took shape. Lutz, ever the tease, upskirted a new Caddy model, revealing floor-to-ceiling grillework in the front and part of a taillamp in the rear. The boys from Leftlane News, who posted the money shots, speculate it's the next-generation CTS. We're not sure about that, but we are sure Andy Rooney is now almost totally incoherent.

Breaking: GM previews 2008 Cadillac CTS [Leftlane News]

Spy Photos: More on the Cadillac CTS Super V [internal]

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