GM is set to pull the veil from its highly anticipated Cadillac Celestiq show car later this month. In anticipation of this debut, the American automaker has released the final round of teaser images of the full-size electric luxury sedan, providing us with our best look yet at this future four-door.
The most revealing teaser image of the Cadillac Celestiq released this week shows the vehicle’s rearward sloping, liftback-style rear end, which features vertical LED taillights that are very similar to those seen on the Cadillac Lyriq show car. A separate image shows the Celestiq’s front driver’s side quarter panel and wheel, revealing a set of aerodynamically optimized rims and an LED-encrusted front grille/fascia that is also reminiscent of the Lyriq show car.
Two more images reveal a large portion of the Celestiq’s retro-inspired interior, which features four captain’s chairs, front seatback display screens and red leather upholstery – the latter of which we’ve seen in previous teaser images. This round of teasers also gives us a good look at the Celestiq’s large rear cargo area, which appears to feature a flat load floor with polished metal cargo rails. Other notable interior features include LED-adorned door panels, door-mounted electronic seat adjustment switches, a rear center console display screen/HVAC rotary dial controller and piano black trim.
The Cadillac Celestiq will be hand-built at the GM Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. The vehicle will be built-to-order and will be available with a wide variety of options for customers to personalize it. Tapping GM’s new Ultium lithium-ion battery technology and Ultium Drive electric motors, the Celestiq will come standard with all-wheel-drive and four-wheel-steering, and will also be the first GM vehicle to feature the automaker’s next-generation Ultra Cruise hands-free driver-assist system. Pricing is expected to start at around $300,000, which will likely make it the most-expensive Cadillac model ever offered.
The Celestiq will make its debut in concept-level “show car,” form on July 22nd, 2022 before the production-ready model is shown at a later date. In the meantime, be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Cadillac Celestiq news, Cadillac news, GM electric vehicle news, GM technology news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.