Cadillac partly unwraps Celestiq EV
Cadillac has taken the opportunity to tease its upcoming Celestiq sedan at the CES-2021, which will be coming sometime between 2022 and 2025 as the marque’s new all-electric flagship.
On the outside, the Celestiq may look like the Lyriq, because it uses the same platform called Ultium. However, the automaker claims it will be much more technologically advanced than the Lyriq. For instance, it will ship with a four-section sunroof that passengers will be able to dim on a per-section basis. The front fascia will be dominated by an enormous display not unlike the recently unveiled MBUX Hyperscreen, and rear seat occupants will get their own displays supporting a mode called Privacy View.
It is also official that the four-door Celestiq EV will feature four-wheel steering and all-wheel drive. Battery size is the biggest spec that remains unannounced, but something in the area of 600 km (373 miles) looks likely at this point.
Editor Andrew Raspopov