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Cadillac Roadster to be Named XLR

August 13, 2001

General Motors said its Cadillac luxury roadster will be named the XLR, which is scheduled to go on sale late next year.The rear-wheel-drive two-seater was called Evoq when it was introduced at the Detroit auto show in 1999. It is Cadillac’s first roadster since Allante was discontinued in 1992.The V8-powered XLR, expected to cost around $70,000, will have a body made of composite plastic, similar to the Chevrolet Corvette. It will be built alongside the Corvette in Bowling Green, KY.
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