Luxury pays and the Cadillac Celestiq will be priced in excess of $300,000.
The American brand Cadillac has given more details of what is to date its most advanced and luxurious car ever made.
With the arrival of the electric era, Cadillac has wanted to position itself in a segment well above the premium, and its new electric car can be considered a vehicle of collection, luxury and exclusivity. A very important detail is that this vehicle will be handcrafted and made to order.
Cadillac has already surprised us with its electric SUV, the Lyriq, and its electric saloon does not leave us indifferent either, setting a new luxury standard.
In terms of design, the Cadillac Celestiq is really imposing and big, which is even bigger with 23-inch wheels, giving us the sensation of finding ourselves with a really big vehicle, and there’s no denying it, it really is.
But if the exterior is already impressive, the interior of the Celestiq is pure magic, an ode to technology and digitalisation with a huge 55-inch glass screen that covers the entire dashboard. In addition to that huge screen, there are five other screens located elsewhere in the car.
In addition, the Celestiq’s multimedia system offers integrated Google services (Google-Built in) such as Google Voice Assistant, Google Maps, Google Play and more. This is accompanied by an AKG audio system comprising 38 speakers and 3 amplifiers, which also includes active noise cancellation.
The interior is where Cadillac wants to make the difference by offering its customers a high degree of customisation, and remember that each Celestiq that is manufactured will be made to order, so we could say that it will be practically impossible to find two Celestiqs alike.
Performance and range of the Cadillac Celestiq
Cadillac Celestiq will feature a proprietary architecture developed exclusively for this vehicle, although there will be components shared with GM’s Ultium powertrain.
The Cadillac Celestiq’s battery will have a capacity of 111 kWh, making it one of the largest batteries currently found in an electric car. However, despite its large battery, the range is a little short of what we would expect in a vehicle of this type and will be around 483 kilometres, with cheaper options available today with more range.
On the plus side, the Cadillac Celestiq will support power outputs of up to 200 kW, which means it will be able to charge up to 125 km of range in just 10 minutes.
As for the electric motors, the Cadillac Celestiq will have two electric motors that will produce a combined output of 600 hp and a maximum torque of 868 Nm, and will be able to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds.
The US company’s goal is for the Cadillac Celestiq to go into production in December 2023, with first deliveries in 2024. The price of the Cadillac Celestiq will vary depending on the level of customisation, but will be in excess of $300,000.
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