Cadillac Celestiq makes its public debut for the first time

Car Blog - The Celestiq electric sedan prototype is expected to attract new customers who may be familiar with the super-luxury Bentley and Rolls-Royce models.
Cadillac has sought innovation for years to secure the vital role of the standard-bearer to strengthen the brand's image against the competition. Taking advantage of the electric shift, the luxury automaker now wants to capture last year's glory with the Celestiq, a full-size sedan that was recently introduced in near-final form.

A real event in the American auto world, the upcoming arrival of the Celestiq shows General Motors' desire to be taken seriously in the face of luxury brands. The Wall Street Journal also said in June that his bill would be around $300,000, according to sources "well-versed in the matter." Therefore, Bentley and Rolls-Royce are targeted here.

However, the standard that has been identified by Cadillac as the "new global standard" has shown itself in the form of giving the wine a delicious taste. Fully hand-assembled and customizable at will, it displays a long profile, legacy obligations. The designers chose the front to keep a defined grille in contrast to Tesla's creations, revealing an almost closed front. The hood remains long and the front wheels push forward well. The rear end has a large overhang, breaking with the latest electric cars and recalling the heyday of the manufacturer's full-size sedans.

The cabin is the sum total of a multitude of details to support the status of such a vehicle. The promised high-quality materials, as well as the assembly, will take place at GM's Global Engineering Center in Warren, Michigan. This is the first time a car has been assembled at this historic site for the American giant, which was opened by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1956.

In particular, the interior of Celestiq is outstanding red tones. In addition, the electric car model has a 4-zone smart glass roof, allowing each seating position in 4 seats to choose a translucent roof style to reduce the brightness for its own area.

On the Celestiq, a digital display up to 55 inches spreads across the entire dashboard. Front-row occupants can activate a privacy mode that allows the passenger in the co-driver's seat to watch videos without disturbing the driver. The two rear passengers each have a touch screen mounted on the back of the front seat.

Cadillac says the Celestiq will be equipped with a new generation of Ultra Cruise autopilot technology, but the company has not yet announced details and kept options and engine specifications private. Just know that Celestiq is developed on the same Ultium EV platform as the Lyriq or Chevrolet Blazer EV and Silverado EV models.
We will know more about the final product in the coming months. According to the Wall Street Journal, its production could begin as late as 2023.
Cadillac Celestiq makes its public debut for the first time Cadillac Celestiq makes its public debut for the first time Reviewed by Dang Nhan on August 05, 2022 Rating: 5

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