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  1. Global Cadillac News
    Here at TTAC World Headquarters, we're all in lockstep agreement that Cadillac's electric vehicle naming strategy is both awesome and timeless. Names like Lyriq and Celestiq defy any and all attempts at derision and joke-making. With that lie out of the way, let's move on to the next addition...
  2. Automotive Industry & GM News
    GM released its sustainability report this week and in it, Cadillac's electric ambitions are outlined. Among the revelations is the confirmation that Cadillac's hand-built ultimate luxury EV, the Celestiq will be produced at the snail's pace of just 1.2 per day. The report also revealed that...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    The decision to saddle the first all-electric Cadillac model with a name like "Lyriq" was made all the more eyebrow-raising when the second-in-line EV Caddy's name cropped up: Celestiq. Stop it already! What's going on here, many asked. While eager for a break from the de Nysschen days of...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Although pictures of it haven't been published yet, Cadillac plans to shoot the moon with a hand-built luxury sedan called the Celestiq. The car takes the Escala-style design and updates it again. Speaking to Automobile Magazine, Cadillac's Design Director Brian Smith revealed that when work on...
  5. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Cadillac reportedly has no plans to add hybrid or plug-in hybrid capabilities for the CT4 or CT5. That's according to unnamed sources who spoke to Cadillac Society. The sources also claim that the sedans will not go electric-only, either. That last piece of information, if true, gives some...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Cadillac is going seriously upmarket with one of its new electric models. The Celestiq, which is set to be hand-built at a factory in Detroit, is going to be expensive. Could this mark a return to the Cadillac of old, when luxury, exclusivity, and commanding respect were the rule of the day...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    We've probably said this a thousand times before, but with Cadillac's new electric models coming, the brand might be ready to kick luxury ass and take names. Starting with the Lyriq and the Celestiq Hoping that the new names will stiq, GM President Mark Reuss expressed to Car and Driver the...
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