Monday, February 6, 2023
News Upcoming Electric Cadillac To Take Aim At Tesla

Upcoming Electric Cadillac To Take Aim At Tesla

Another carmaker plans to take Tesla head on at the EV game. GM’s renewed commitment to EVs has us thinking they’re very serious.

GM announced numerous changes to its lineup late last year, cutting out models that don’t sell and refocusing its resources and energies towards a greener more electrified portfolio. While Chevrolet was, up until now, the bastion of all electric things at GM, the future belongs to Cadillac.

GM’s luxury brand will announce the coming of a first vehicle to be based on the company’s BEV3 platform which will likely underpin a slew of new electrified products. More specifically, the platform will serve as the principal building block of up to ten vehicles, from a compact crossover all the way to a 7-seater luxury SUV.

We don’t have any other details for the moment. We expect that GM will divulge more information at next week’s NAIAS.

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