Cadillac shows Celestiq show car

Cadillac shows Celestiq show car

General Motors-owned US automaker Cadillac has unveiled the Celestiq concept. The show car is seen as a preview of its upcoming all-electric flagship sedan, which is still being developed to production readiness. The luxury model, which will be built in a factory, will be based on GM's Ultium platform.

The show car previews some of the materials, innovative technologies and craftsmanship details that express Cadillac's vision for the future, Cadillac now announces, including five interactive LED displays as well as a Smart Glass Roof with variable light transmission and Ultra Cruise, General Motors' next-generation autonomous driving assistance system.

"The Celestiq show car is the purest expression of Cadillac," said Magalie Debellis, Manager, Cadillac Advanced Design. "It brings to life the most integrated expressions of design and innovation in the brand's history, melding into a defining statement of a true Cadillac flagship."

The Celestiq will reportedly be hand-built in Warren in the U.S. state of Michigan, where GM is investing $81 million in its Global Technical Center to prepare the campus for building the Cadillac Celestiq, which will be the first production vehicle built there since the center's inauguration in May 1956.

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