GM Confirms New Two Seater Cadillac EV Concept Is On The Way21
General Motors is working on a new luxurious two-seater Cadillac EV concept designed to shield its passengers from the outside world and help reduce stress.
GM announced the new two-seater Cadillac EV during its 51-minute long CES 2021 presentation this week. Details on the new Cadillac EV concept are very slim, although vice president of global design at GM, Michael Simcoe, provided a brief description of the future concept vehicle during the CES 2021 presentation.
“We have other concepts coming including a luxurious two-seater designed for you and someone very special to decompress, relax and enjoy a multi-sensory experience choreographed for more intimate journeys,” Simcoe said.
Based on Simcoe’s comments, it sounds as though this two-seater Cadillac EV concept will be more of a shared autonomous vehicle than a luxury coupe or sports car. The reference to a “multi-sensory experience” also suggests the concept will feature various audible, visual and perhaps even scent-based stimuli to help relax passengers en route to their destination. Cadillac’s CES 2021 concepts are focused on the future of mobility rather than the present, so we’re expecting this two-seater EV to be radically different from previous Cadillac coupe concepts like the Elmiraj, for example.
The new Cadillac Personal Autonomous Vehicle concept that also debuted at CES 2021 may provide a rough idea of what to expect from the unnamed two-seater EV concept. Similarly, the Cadillac PAV is a shared vehicle that aims to provide a relaxing, multi-sensory experience, however it is designed for groups of people rather than just two.
Just like other future Cadillac EVs, it’s highly likely the new two-seater EV concept will utilize Ultium lithium-ion batteries and Ultium drive electric motors.
We’ll have all the official details on the new two-seater Cadillac EV concept as soon as they become available, so be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Cadillac news and around-the-clock GM news coverage.
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Cadillac confirms a new two-seater EV concept vehicle is on the near horizon; but it’s meaningless unless there is an actual possibility that the car is built because Cadillac has said that their concept cars are not prototypes for potential cars.
Where’s “the drone” article gmauthority!! Are you not interesting flying cars and exclusive to wheeled vehicles?
This is the goddam resolution is happening. Fricking GM personal drone!! People keep complaining “we’re livin 21th century so where’s Jetsons flying cars”. Well, here it comes, from our one and only GM.
Another concept lmfao
Idiots. Just idiets.
“The new Cadillac Personal Autonomous Vehicle concept that also debuted at CES 2021 may provide a rough idea of what to expect from the unnamed two-seater EV concept. ”
Lmfao u Id..iots really think that this 2 seater is just a box with wheels? Just like that stupid concept above?
Jeez. I hope they are not as dumb to make a box with wheels and call it luxurious lmfao…
2 seater is a coupe. Not that Pav bs…
Whatever happened to that Omega-based crossover you kept saying was coming, Luigi? You swore it was coming lol…oops!
I was not saying about Omega. I was talking about the Vss-r plarform. As far as I know its frozen. Most likely they gonna make electric models only if the upcoming Lyriq is successful. So Lyriq is the test.
But this 2 seater is a coupe. Not that weird thing gma is talking about lol.
Oh, got it, fair enough. My apologies, it’s been a while lol.
How do you know this two seater isn’t that PAV thing GMA is referring to? Admittedly what they said sounded a bit outlandish, but if you actually have some info to the contrary *that it’s an actual coupe), I’d like to hear it. I’m thinking you’re right regardless, as it could be the “low roof” vehicle they teased a couple months back.
I’ll share some info later. That Pav thing is not going to production next 5 years.
Reading the comments I think a lot responses don’t get the benefit of an EV is you can put whatever body you want on top of the EV platform. 2-door, 4-door, CUV, etc… are just different tops on the same EV drivetrain along with different combinations of FWD, RWD and AWD. Batteries are the same, motors are the same (GM only has 3 motors and 5 drivetrains in their Ultium platform).
This platform gives lots of options. Gonna miss the V8 sound though.
The Fiero was billed as a Commuter car.
The truth is while 2 seat cars are cool Cadillac has its hands full just trying to bring Sedans and SUV models that people will buy. There is a time for work and a time for play. Lets get the profit models going and then worry about the image non profit cars.
As for flying I am not comfortable with most of the folks on the highway Autonomous or not. I really don’t want to be in the air with them.
You know a handful will crack the programing to take control himself. You know hey hold my beer guy.
WOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHH 2 SEATER CADILLAC COUPE….. THIS WILL BE THE NEXT CAMARO
“General Motors is working on a new luxurious two-seater Cadillac EV concept designed to shield its passengers from the outside world and help reduce stress.”
In other words, they’re working on a safe space with wheels. . . Yawn. . .
Better be or have a convertible option. Cadillac desperately needs one
A shame they could build an attractive car with an ICE.
They could, but in wouldn’t necessarily be cost effective. Remember all of the EV’s shown outside of the Bolt and Bolt EUV (BEV2 platform) use only two platforms – BEV3 (cars/CUV) and BT1 (trucks/SUVs). Within the BEV3 and BT1 platforms there are only 3 motors and 5 drivetrains that use those 3 motors. Ultium battery packs range from < 60kWh to 200kWh. So building a new car on this platform comes down to FWD,RWD,AWD, performance and range using off the shelf Ultium components. All of the design focus can be on looks and interiors. EV's make packaging easy.
Glad I have my 2012 CTS/4 Coupe in mint condition. I’ll just keep driving that.
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Cadillac hasn’t had a coupe in years.