The upcoming all-electric Cadillac Celestiq flagship luxury sedan will debut early next year, GM Authority has learned.
According to sources familiar with the matter, the Cadillac Celestiq is now on track for a reveal early in the 2022 calendar year. As such, the Cadillac Celestiq may be revealed at the upcoming 2022 Consumer Electronics Show, set to take place between Wednesday, January 5th, and Saturday, January 8th. Alternatively, the luxury marque’s new flagship sedan may debut at a separate event altogether.
The Cadillac Celestiq was originally scheduled for a reveal in April summer. However, as a result of complications stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, the reveal was pushed back to the summer months of 2021. Later, the reveal was pushed back yet again, but now, it looks to be set for a reveal early next year.
As a reminder, the Cadillac Celestiq will be built atop the GM BEV3 all-electric platform, incorporating both the Ultium battery technology and Ultium drive motor technology. Styled after the sleek Cadillac Escala concept, the Cadillac Celestiq will make its presence known with large exterior dimensions, as well as an elegant fascia and fastback profile.
The cabin space will come equipped with sumptuous luxury in a 2+2 seating arrangement, plus real wood trim and leather upholstery. The infotainment spec will incorporate a wide digital screen stretched across the dash, plus additional screens for passengers.
As GM Authority exclusively covered previously, the Cadillac Celestiq will also incorporate an SPD-SmartGlass roof, which will allow individual passengers to control the opacity of their respective roof section to either let in more light or block light.
With top-shelf appointment, style, and technology, the Cadillac Celestiq will lead the way forward for the luxury marque. It’ll also have a hand-built quality to it that will justify its positioning at the top of Cadillac’s vehicle lineup. Pricing is expected to be around $200,000, with production taking place at the GM Factory Zero facility in Michigan.