Business: Cadillac Lights the Way

Though its plants were ringed with grim pickets, and partially assembled autos were still stranded on the production line, Cadillac last week showed off a batch of glistening 1962 models at a Detroit press preview. Before the strike hit G.M. had managed to turn out 7,000 '62 Caddies—enough to give most dealers a car or two for this week's public introduction.

Chief change in the new Cadillac is an eminently sensible innovation: a "cornering light" mounted on the side of each front fender just to the rear of the headlight. When the driver flicks his turn indicator at night, the cornering light...

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