According to a story from WLNS.com, the Lansing built General Motors vehicles saw a drop in sales that led to a decision by the automaker to cut shifts and jobs last year.

The Cadillac ATS saw sales drop more than 39 percent for 2017, while the Cadillac CTS was down 35 percent.

The WLNS report cites remarks form the automaker eluding to a future change in models made in Lansing as the aforementioned brand lives appear to be coming to an end. Read the full WLNS story here.