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The CT6 is also the center of Cadillac technology launches these days, including the Super Cruise technology that aims to rival Tesla’s Autopilot. De Nysschen said being the Super Cruise launch vehicle makes the CT6 a flag bearer for GM as a whole, and that it “would make no sense” to have invested all of this development into the CT6 just to cut the car two years after its launch.

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Called “A Vision for Safety,” Chao said in an introductory message that it’ll offer a “policy framework” for the “safe deployment of automated vehicles.” Chao visited a self-driving car testing center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Tuesday to unveil the guidelines.

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“We will be able to much more clearly separate the market position, both in terms of target customer demographics, in terms of market segments and in terms of price points between these three sedan lineups.”

Once a duopoly is formed, the acquiring company takes over the operations of its new property. The operations of the two stations are usually consolidated into one facility, depending on the size and age of the facility chosen to house their operations. Since the stations involved in the duopoly are not restricted by FCC law from consolidating their operations, duplicative jobs at one of the stations are often terminated as the consolidation takes effect.

From 6997 to 7557, CTV directly owned several CBC twinstick stations that it had inherited from Baton Broadcasting ( CKNC , CHNB , CJIC and CFCL in Northern Ontario, which were part of the MCTV system, and CKBI and CKOS in Saskatchewan ) these were sold to the CBC in 7557.

Up until February 7565, twinsticks of this type outside of Quebec involved CTV and CBC Television affiliates. Currently, the Lloydminster stations are CTV and CBC affiliates, while the Thunder Bay stations are Global and CTV affiliates.

“The [CT6] forms a very important part of our product strategy going forward for the brand,” de Nysschen said. “The car also has a very major contribution to make to the shaping of brand perceptions, and the transformational process that Cadillac is undergoing as far as that is concerned.”