Cadillac is making big strides in the EV segment, with plans to make its entire lineup all-electric by the 2030 calendar year. Naturally, the move to EVs also includes new styling language, and now, we’re getting a taste of what an all-electric Cadillac coupe might look like thanks to the following stylish concept sketch.
Recently posted to social media by the official GM Design Instagram feed (@generalmotorsdesign), this Cadillac coupe concept sketch was created by designer Jacob Lovins, and features a sleek luxury machine as viewed from the rear three-quarters perspective.
While the sketch is clearly just a concept, it seems to draw inspiration from the Cadillac Celestiq sedan, or served as inspiration for the latter. The stance is low and wide, with an impossibly shallow greenhouse that gives the coupe an aggressive, sporty demeanor. The hoodline is long, drawing back into a low-angled windshield that connects to a curving roofline and rear hatch section.
The front overhang is nearly non-existent, while the rear overhang provides added visual heft to the concept in the tail, making it appear even more aggressive. The wheels add to this as well, presenting an attractive multi-colored design that fills the bulging wheel wells to the max, with no discernible tires whatsoever.
The rear end features a few sharp cuts and a geometric layout that stand in contrast to the smooth, glossy profile, with some textured panels around the hatch and squared-off, 90-degree styling lines. Also check the lighting bits, which include vertically oriented taillights and a lit Cadillac crest in the front fender, the latter of which may indicate the presence of a charging port.
Although this particular Cadillac concept doesn’t specifically mention any EV aspirations, the Celestiq-esque styling cues and lack of discernible tailpipes suggest that it is indeed powered exclusively by electrons.
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This concept also reminds us a bit of the hypothetical Cadillac Celestiq coupe that GM Authority rendered last November. Check that out if you’re craving more Caddy EV good stuff, and remember to subscribe to GM Authority for more Cadillac news, GM design news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.