Cadillac is being relaunched in the UK for the fourth time in a dozen years, on a limited scale with just one dealer and a few service points. But some models will be available with right-hand drive.
The models adapted for driving on the right will be the CTS and the CTS Sport Wagon. But the CTS-V saloon and all variants of the coupé will be available in left-hand drive only.
Plans to build right-hand-drive examples of even the regular coupé were abandoned when GM went bankrupt, along with a diesel version.
Besides the CTS range (prices for which start at £40,897), Cadillac is also offering the 3.0 V6 SRX SUV from £45,707 and the huge Escalade SUV, including the £71,489 hybrid.
GM hopes to sell around 2500 Cadillacs across Europe through 40 dealers, according to Caddy boss Wolfgang Schubert. But he declined to estimate how many would be in the UK. The range will be available from GM US specialist Bauer Millett in Manchester; a London premises is planned, too.