Tag: Cadillac Celestiq

Cadillac Will Only Present New EVs From Now On, Stop Selling ICE Cars By 2030

Cadillac, the brand responsible for some of the landmark innovations in gasoline engine history is turning its back on ICE technology. “We will be leaving this decade as an EV brand, as things stand today,” Cadillac’s VP, Rory Harvey, told attendees at a virtual launch event for the new Lyriq electric SUV. “Which means we […]

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All The New Electric Sedans Coming Before 2023 That We Can’t Wait To Drive

The electric revolution is picking up pace so quickly it’s about to break out into a full-blown sprint. We’ve counted almost 50 EVs that will be on sale or unveiled over the next couple of years, and have grouped them together into market segments to make more sense of the barrage. This week, we’re looking […]

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Cadillac Celestiq Flagship EV Sedan Teaser Shows Four Panel Sunroof And Massive Screen

Cadillac has said it’s shooting for the moon with the Celestiq EV, and the first examples of what that will mean have been teased. The luxury car will feature a full glass roof and a pillar-to-pillar display. The roof won’t just be clear all the time, though. Cadillac says the Celestiq will be the first […]

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GM Announces A Slew Of New Electric Vehicles – Including What Sounds Like An Electric Sports Car From Cadillac

General Motors has used the Barclays Global Automotive Conference to reveal new details about their zero emissions future. Starting with new models, GM will launch 30 EVs globally by 2025. More than 20 of them will be available in North America and they’ll come from brands ranging from Chevrolet to Cadillac. This will ensure there […]

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Cadillac’s Upcoming Celestiq Originally Wasn’t An Electric Vehicle

Cadillac has been keeping a pretty tight lid on the upcoming Celestiq, but new details are starting to emerge about the flagship electric vehicle. While the company still hasn’t released pictures, Cadillac design director Brian Smith dropped some hints about it. Speaking with Automobile, Smith said the model was originally conceived with an internal combustion […]

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