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Cadillac has unveiled the Celestiq, its new super premium electric vehicle. The long and low sedan will start at around $300,000 and each will be handcrafted to customer preferences. It promises a range of 300 miles. Production begins next year. Something is loading.

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The brand that defined America’s luxury car is making a land yacht for the electric age.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

After months of teasing, General Motors on Monday officially unveiled the Cadillac Celestiq, an ultra-luxury zero-emission sedan intended to take on high-end cars from Rolls-Royce and Bentley. It’s part of GM’s ambitious plan to sell only electric vehicles by 2035.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

It will start at around $300,000 before delivery and options, which buyers are encouraged to rack up with the help of a personal concierge who will guide them through the buying process. Each Celestiq will be handcrafted to customer specifications, and the brand will limit annual production to “extremely low volume”. Production starts in December 2023.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

That steep price gets you a sedan with over-the-top concept-car styling and a silhouette like nothing else on the road. It looks exceptionally long and has a sloping, fastback rear end reminiscent of electric vehicles like the Porsche Taycan and Mercedes-Benz EQS.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

The interior of the Celestiq is marked by clean lines and a clean aesthetic. But Cadillac hasn’t hesitated when it comes to screens: there are five. The star of the show is a 55-inch display spanning the dash consisting of two separate screens. It is controlled by a rotating crystal dial.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

Then there’s a sloping “forward command center” mounted on the center console. Rear passengers are not left out: they benefit from a “rear command center” as well as 12.6-inch screens mounted on the front seat backs.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

Inside, the Celestiq benefits from ambient lighting, generous amounts of leather and a glass roof that can be tinted at the press of a button. The roof has four zones which can be controlled independently.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

Buyers can expect a range of 300 miles from an 111 kilowatt battery, according to Cadillac. The Celestiqs will have all-wheel drive provided by two motors that together produce 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque. The car can hit 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds, Cadillac estimates. The brand has thoughtfully included rear-wheel steering to help customers navigate tight areas like parking lots without excessive K-bends.

The Cadillac Celestial. Cadillac

The Celestiq debuts as part of a broad GM electrification strategy that promises to bring electric vehicles of many body styles and price points to American roads. At the more affordable end of the spectrum will be the Chevrolet Equinox EV, which is aiming for a starting price of $30,000.

Current models like the Chevy Bolt EUV and Cadillac Lyriq SUV as well as future ones like the GMC Sierra EV and Chevy Silverado EV pickups are the middle ground.

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