A new fleet of presidential limousines is poised to debut this summer, with one of the Cadillacs already in the possession of the Secret Service, Fox News is reporting.
General Motors built about a dozen state cars - at a cost of $15.8 million - to replace the current fleet that debuted in 2009, Fox reports.
“We’ve completed our task and we’ve handed over the vehicle to the customer,” Cadillac President Johann de Nysschen told Fox News.
The Secret Service also confirmed that it's doing its post-production work to the limousines.
"The public can expect to see the new vehicles put into operational use late summer of this year," a spokeswoman told Fox News.
A camouflaged version - to hide styling details - of the Cadillac limousine has been spotted being test driven on public roads.
Cadillac has been the car of choice for every presidential limousine since 1993, Fox reports.
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