The event, which was dedicated to promising electric cars, became the place where the GM group announced the latest flagship sedan Cadillac Celestiq.
The full-size flagship, the prototype of which shown at a special event, will be created on a scalable electric platform, and it will receive a proprietary Ultium battery system.
The novelty will remind you of an Audi A7-type liftback with a roof smoothly extending down to the trunk, and the design of the sedan will acquire stylistic solutions for the first Cadillac electric car - Lyriq cross. The vehicle will be longer, wider, and lower than the SUV.
The front part with vertical lighting technology and a proprietary radiator add to the flagship a certain resemblance to the company's current SUVs.
GM plans to set up a new sedan manual assembly, and the release will take place in limited quantities. In the Celestiq salon, a giant display will appear on the entire width of the panel in front, genuine leather, and wood.