The GM Africa and Middle East subsidiary took advantage of the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq’s global unveiling to confirm that the model will arrive in Southwest Asian countries during calendar year 2024, as it was first announced at the recent regional debut of the Cadillac Celestiq Show Car. The brand’s most advanced and exclusive ultra-luxury car is one of six new electric vehicles that Cadillac plans to launch in the Middle East by 2025.
As a high-priced halo car that will be built by hand, the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq will be a low-volume production vehicle and its main objective is to elevate the luxury brand’s image to set a new global standard as the world’s first all-electric ultra-luxury sedan. As such, the Celestiq represents the most unique and technologically advanced vehicle in Cadillac history.
“With an extremely low volume of hand-built vehicles to be offered globally each year and an exclusive declaration process, Celestiq will truly be a custom-commissioned one-of-one,” said Global Vice President of Cadillac, Rory Harvey, in an official statement. “Each client will experience a personalized journey to make their vehicle exactly the way they desire,” he added.
Notably, every 2024 Cadillac Celestiq will be hand-built to order at GM’s Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, using the highest level of automotive technology available to date. In addition to its bold design as well as uniquely tuned Ultium battery and Ultium Drive powertrain, the 2024 Celestiq introduces an exuberant interior concept that uses innovative technology in the service of industry-leading custom artistry and craftsmanship.
The all-new 2024 Cadillac Celestiq is scheduled to arrive in Middle East countries sometime in 2024, several months after manufacturing is scheduled to begin in December 2023, and after its official launch in the US market is complete. Details on the exact availability date, versions, and pricing for the region will be announced at a later date.