New Photos of the Cadillac Celestiq Reveal a Hot Interior

Cadillac’s new electric flagship sedan is slated to premiere officially in 2025, and has a rumored starting price of $300,000. 
Written by Allison Stone
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
Aug 4, 2022
General Motors
has released new images of the
Cadillac Celestiq
EV, the much-anticipated new electric flagship sedan from Cadillac. 
Car and Driver
reported all the details about this upcoming release from Cadillac, and it's shaping up to be a luxurious, futuristic-looking ride. Dive in with the car ownership experts at
Jerry
as we unpack everything you need to know about the new Cadillac Celestiq. 

Cadillac’s first electric car

While the Celestiq will not be a first for General Motors, which has already reached the 200,000 car threshold to qualify for the EV tax credit, it is perhaps the most luxurious EV to date from GM. 
GM’s current electric offerings include the Chevrolet Bolt EV, the Bolt EUV, the
GMC Hummer EV
, and the
Cadillac Lyriq
.
The idea for the Celestiq was first introduced in early 2020 and is in line with GM’s plans to make an all-electric fleet by 2035. 
The Celestiq would not only be the priciest EV from GM to date, but it would launch Cadillac into a new echelon of luxury electric cars. 
The Celestiq is rumored to have a starting price of around $300,000, rubbing shoulders with premium luxury brands like Bentley, Rolls-Royce, and Lamborghini. 

What we know so far about the Cadillac Celestiq

The Celestiq has a projected 2025 release date and will be produced in GM’s tech center in Michigan. While it shares a resemblance to the Lyriq SUV, it has much sleeker and more dynamic proportions. 
The new photos show an interior trimmed in bright red leather upholstery, while the rear seats appear to have their own, built-in entertainment screens. It also features a 55-inch digital dashboard, Eames-inspired bucket seats, and individual control knobs for each seat. 
The front of the car sports seven-spoke wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport EV tires, while the rear end of the car resembles a hatchback design similar to the Porche Panamera or Mercedes-Benz EQS.

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Cadillac has confirmed that the assembly line that makes each Celestiq will be staffed by a small team of experienced craftspeople and that each model will be built by hand. 
As full details of the Cadillac Celestiq continue to be unveiled, the automotive world is watching closely to see just how this luxurious car will turn out. 
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