Cadillac unveils electric crossover at Celestiq teaserJanuary 12, 2021
Cadillac has posted a teaser for its Celestiq electric sedan. The manufacturer shows us a glass roof with dimming and a full-size display, which is installed in the cabin of the new car.
During Cadillac’s big launch at the CES consumer electronics show, the premium brand unveiled a fresh teaser for the upcoming Celestiq flagship luxury sedan. The company highlights its cutting-edge technologies such as a full-size digital display similar to the recently unveiled MBUX Hyperscreen from German Mercedes-Benz system.
Celestiq boasts a four-zone adjustable roof using suspended particle glass smart glass.
A beautiful dashboard in the center console lets you let in more light into the cabin or darken things when the passenger wants it. The video above shows the system in action.
Backseat people can also enjoy the car’s technology on their own screens. They even have active privacy features so passengers don’t see the other person watching.
Despite its size, the Celestiq should be relatively nimble because Cadillac is now confirming that the car has four-wheel drive and all-wheel steering. The sedan uses General Motors’ Ultium platform as a base, which can provide a range of up to 643.74 km.
Celestiq’s has a striking appearance. The front end is heavily illuminated by vertical “signature” at the corners, as well as illuminated radiator grille and Cadillac badge. There is a prominent C-pillar and slim taillights that wrap around the sidewalls.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Cadillac Blackwing models will receive manual transmission printed on a 3D printer. The Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing will get a 6-speed manual transmission as standard. And today, December 10, a teaser for this transmission appeared.
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