The Celestiq will be hand-built and sold in limited numbers.
Pricing is said to reach upwards of $300,000.
GM and Cadillac have been working on the Celestiq for a number of years and it’s almost ready for its debut. What we will get to see on July 22nd is the “official” concept of Cadillac’s future flagship electric car.
On the heels of the Lyriq’s first drive, Cadillac is teasing us once more with images of what looks to be a very large and low hatchback, much like the Porsche Panamera.
“Every CELESTIQ will be instantly identifiable as one of a kind, giving each client a personal connection to Cadillac’s newest flagship,” said Erin Crossley, design director, Cadillac CELESTIQ. “With Cadillac reimagining the future of American luxury, we are entering an era of limitless possibilities and the future of design.”
Every Celestiq will be hand-built using globally sourced parts at a special facility at General Motors’ Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. Production is only expected to begin in late 2023 and yes, pricing should start at or near the $300,000 mark.
The CELESTIQ show car will be unveiled in its entirety for the first time on July 22, 2022, at 9 a.m. ET.