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Why the Cadillac Celestiq will be like nothing else

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Cadillac is back to enliven the ultra-luxury car segment by launching the Cadillac Celestiq electric car (17/10).

Yup, the Cadillac Celestiq electric car is here not only to continue the CT6 as the most luxurious sedan but also to rebuild Cadillac’s image as a standard of luxury.

The Cadillac CT6 is also the second dedicated electric car in the Cadillac lineup, accompanying the Cadillac Lyriq which launched in 2021 ago.

“The Celestiq is the purest expression of Cadillac, acknowledging our amazing history and also propelling us towards a brighter future,” said Rory Harvey, Global Vice President of Cadillac.

“This car is a work of automotive art, built on the most advanced and innovative technology we have ever built on a car,” added Harvey.

Of course, as the most luxurious flagship electric car, the presence of the Cadillac Celestiq will be immediately welcomed by the Rolls-Royce Spectre.

The difference is that if the Spectre has a coupe body, the Celestiq has a four-door fastback sedan that can accommodate four passengers.

Then in terms of luxury, Celestiq also competes with Spectre because Cadillac will build this electric car following its consumers.

Not to mention that Celestiq is equipped with luxurious features that are no less sophisticated such as Adaptive Air Suspension, Advanced Climate System with 4 climate zones, Ultra Cruise, and even a 38 speaker audio system from AKG.

Like the Lyriq, Hummer EV, and other dedicated electric cars by General Motors, the Celestiq is based on the Ultium platform.

Cadillac provides this ultra-luxury car with two all-wheel-drive electric motors capable of producing 600 hp and 867 Nm of torque.

Not only a powerful electric motor, Celestiq also has a super large capacity battery of 111 kWh. GM estimates the battery will give the Celestiq 483 kilometers on a full charge.

If the mileage is not far and requires charging, the Celestiq battery is compatible with 200 kW ultra-fast charging.

Cadillac Celestiq will start at more than $300,000, only produce hundreds of cars per year

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