Friday, March 25, 2005

Apprentice Show star drives in style.

President Bush has one. Apparently, Donald Trump doesn't want to be left out.
General Motors Corp. (Research) said Wednesday that the real estate guru and TV reality show star will receive the first 2006 Cadillac DTS executive limousine.
GM said Bush was delivered a Cadillac DTS presidential limousine in January for his inauguration, and Trump will be the first customer to own an executive model.
The Detroit-based carmaker described the DTS executive limousine as a mobile boardroom on wheels. A standard DTS executive model can seat up to six passengers in the rear compartment, and it is equipped with a multi-media center, including a 22-inch LCD TV mounted in the partition, XM Satellite Radio capabilities, wireless headphones and a wireless tablet PC.
A GM spokesman told CNN/Money that the president will eventually receive a fleet of 7 Cadillac DTS presidential limousines. Jeffrey Kuhlman of GM said the presidential model is one of the safest cars in the world, but he declined to give specifics on the model due to national securities.
Meanwhile, Trump will receive his limousine as early as this summer. That is also when the executive model will become available to the public. GM plans to release the price tag of the executive model next month, but customers can place their orders now, Kuhlman said.
When asked if the limousine will be featured on Trump's hit reality show "The Apprentice," Kuhlman said it would be up to Trump.


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