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EDIT: Seems like this was a surprise reveal. All the big Auto blogs are showing it now!
Still estimates right now... But yea, still Gen 1 Ultium. Think GM is waiting to get all it's eggs sorted for Gen 2 in 2025.300 mile range and 600hp is way less than I expected. Looks like it's just gen1 ultium. Guess I'll save my money 🤣
Cadillac promises the ultimate in ride refinement without sacrificing ride and handling, thanks to the brand's most technologically advanced suspension ever and other performance systems. Actually, chief engineer Tony Roma says the Celestiq "offers responsiveness and athleticism typically associated with smaller performance vehicles."
Making that possible is a package that includes 5-link front and rear suspension, Adaptive Air Suspension, Electric Power Steering, Active Rear Steering, Magnetic Ride Control 4.0, Advanced AWD with torque optimizer modules, and Active Roll Control (front and rear stabilizer bars). In addition, the 2024 Celestiq features an active rear spoiler and ride-focused tires.
Lyriq got the facia from the Celestiq. Celestiq started first and Lyriq was brought forward.I like the concept for a hand built, exclusive car. Something Rolls-Royce is no longer.
The exterior nor interior look $300k. Doesn't have the presence and the facia is from the Lyriq
I mean if the C8 can tow, so can this... but I don't think you will see many if any do it.I'm underwhelmed, but I'm sure it's one of those things where it's hard to really understand the presence the vehicle has through flat video. I think it has just reaffirmed that I don't understand the ultra-lux GT segment though.
Wonder if it'll be rated to tow anything.
Have to watch the Autoline video about that market. The people who are after these kinds of cars are looking for exclusivity, something someone else doesn't have, a chance to be unique. Cadillac will find their buyers.Yes, but the market in that six figure range is RR and Bentley. The demand is so high for that market, dealers are asking over that much MSRP
I'm seeing a lot of happy people right now sharing the exact opposite opinion on this cars design who have been waiting for Cadillac to finally bring a Flagship product to production.True, in my, and many other people opinion Celestiq has ugly proportions, and crappy technology.
Cadillac has had so many beautiful concepts that would have been a home run for Celestiq, but we got the ugliest caddy concept in decades making production. GM management is brain dead on this stuff. But good they don't bring a regular proportioned sedan, others crush the "Ultium Technology" and it would have been a non starter for other reasons.