We haven’t seen the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq but, however a report from The Wall Street Journal says that whereas the flagship Ultium-powered electrical sedan will be more than just a show car, it’ll have about equal quantities of vapor and automobile. Based on folks aware of the matter, the paper experiences fewer than 500 constructed every year and a price beginning at around $300,000.
Production is seemingly on monitor to start in late 2023, that includes a large pillar-to-pillar touchscreen that may outdo the 33-inch one seen in Cadillac’s Lyriq based mostly on each its measurement and pixel density. Otherwise, we all know the Celestiq is bringing all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and a full-glass roof that permits every passenger to set their very own stage of transparency. Teasers have proven off the wheels, lights, and door hinges, however we’ll have to attend to see the entire thing.
The halo automotive can be going to introduce the following technology of GM’s driver-assist expertise, with Ultra Cruise “hands-free” tech that the corporate says will have the ability to work in 95 % of driving situations and on over 2 million miles of paved roads within the US. In an interview earlier this yr, GM chief engineer Jason Ditman told The Verge that “We’re attempting to have this feature be sort of a door-to-door driverless operation,” operating on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Ride platform.
Earlier this month, GM announced it’s investing $81 million in tools for the Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, the place it’ll construct the Celestiq, and stated it’ll current the present automotive prototype in July.