The Cadillac Celestiq slots in at the apex of the marque’s all-electric vehicle range as Caddy’s high-dollar, uber-luxury halo sedan, packed to bursting with top-shelf features. Customers have a huge variety of bespoke options at their disposal, making the Celestiq extremely customizable, as GM Authority was the first to report. Naturally, this extends to the paint color palette, and now, Cadillac is showing off six more Celestiq paint options.
Recently hitting social media, the new Cadillac post shows the Cadillac Celestiq in Vixen Metallic, Nimbus Metallic, Infrared Tintcoat, Santorini Blue, Aspen Metallic, and Siku Tricoat.
Perhaps the most striking shade of the six is Vixen Metallic, which presents a bright fuchsia finish that is sure to get noticed. Santorini Blue and Aspen Metallic are also quite memorable, showing off a shimmering blue and dark green, respectively.
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Although these six Cadillac Celestiq paint colors are indeed eye-catching, they don’t quite live up to the shocking shade known as Venom captured late last year, which lends the luxury EV the appearance of glowing nuclear waste.
But of course, whether or not anyone else likes the paint finish is beyond the point. The Cadillac Celestiq offers customers a wealth of options when it comes to customization, and in fact, buyers can choose any color they want to make their sedan truly one-of-one.
That said, the opportunity to build a Cadillac Celestiq to your exact specifications doesn’t come cheap. Prices start $340,000.
Under the custom paint and streamlined body pieces, the Cadillac Celestiq rides on the GM BEV3 platform and features a 111 kWh battery pack. Total system output is rated at 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque. Each unit is assembled by hand at the GM Global Technical Center in Michigan.