Cadillac Motor Car Division is a division of General Motors concern for the production of luxury cars. Headquarter is located in Detroit (Michigan). The company's founders are precise machines engineer Henry Leland and businessman William Murphy. Initially the company was called Cadillac Motor Car Company - in honor of the founder of Detroit, Antoine de la Motte Cadillac, and was actually revived from almost bankrupt, "the Detroit Automobile Company." In 1909 the company acquired by General Motors concern.
Representative of GMC design department Harley Earl at the time worked a lot on external appearance of Cadillac. He made famous grille, which is still the hallmark of cars Cadillac. The company always engaged in the production of expensive and luxurious cars and today it is among the industrial giants such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Lexus. The company has developed and produced the fastest front-wheel drive sedan in the world - Seville STS, which is probably the most popular model now.