The Future of Cadillac
The first Cadillac electric SUV, the Lyriq, is already available for sale, and the Celestiq is the next step in their plans to exclusively offer electric vehicles by the end of the decade. While we don’t have many technical details about the Celestiq, such as performance or full charge range, we do have some information about the interior and certain features.
Some of the more advanced technological features include five LED interactive displays, a “smart glass roof” with customizable transparency, and a 55 inch display in the front of the cabin. The current images of the interior show off the futuristic yet luxurious design, which may be reminiscent of vehicles from your favorite science fiction movies.
The car will also feature GM’s Ultra Cruise, a next generation driver assist system that will be able to drive itself in most situations, according to GM. The Ultra Cruise system will also learn as you drive, improving its capabilities and better identifying scenarios when it should react. This will make the Ultra Cruise one of the smartest and safest advanced driver assistance features available to the public.
The Celstiq will be built at General Motors' state of the art $81 million tech campus in Warren, Michigan. This will mark the first vehicle to be manufactured from the new technical center in the suburbs outside of Detroit.