Cadillac has been showing the Celestiq concept for a long time. The Celestiq electric car is expected to debut at the end of July. To add to the curiosity, four new images from General Motors Design's Instagram page provide a glimpse of the details in the cabin of this electric sedan.
This latest photo shows the console between the seats. It is glossy black in color and has a metallic dial near the centre. It partially opens to reveal a red-lined storage area to match the chair.
In this latest interior photo, you can also see the electric seat controls on the door panels. The seat controls have a metal finish over a black perforated section. There are also buttons that might control the window, given its location.
The photo of the chair shows the use of various leather materials. There is a red part in the outer area. The centerpiece has a perforated strip with bright red accents in a chevron shape. The bruised metal section is under the headrest.
The Celestiq will be Cadillac's flagship model with a focus on combining technology and luxury. The Celestiq will display a full-width display in the dashboard, much like the MBUX Hyperscreen in EQS. The entire roof will be glass, and there will be four dimmable zones to provide natural light for passengers.
Judging from the previous teaser, the Celestiq concept features a front with vertical LEDs protruding on each side. The light strip also outlines the underside of the fascia creating a visual effect similar to that of a grille.
The Celestiq will use General Motors' Ultium platform, which will also be under the upcoming Lyriq crossover. To date, no powertrain specifications have been announced, but the platform could support batteries with capacities between 50 and 200 kWh.