“For us, driving is a very immersive experience,” de Nysschen said. “The notion of removing the driver from that is foreign to us. It’s not what Cadillac stands for. We are not into making transportation modules. We’ll leave that to someone else.”
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My dad always bought Cadillacs. He liked to bring one home as a surprise to my mom (!). The driving experience was more like a houseboat on wheels, but us kids loved all the neat buttons and power features to play with. Driving? Left that to someone else.