GM announced on Friday that Cadillac will be the company's lead EV brand. In order to keep up with emerging markets, the automaker surprised the world with a teaser for its first fully electric SUV on Sunday, slating release for 2022.
The premium vehicle brand from General Motors has showed-off its first fully electric auto. The vehicle was showcased at Detroit Auto Show and presents us with the first major insight into the technological development which General Motors is pursuing with its premium Cadillac brand. It claims we'll see one new model every six months through 2021.
This vehicle will not be based on the electric architecture found on GM's Chevrolet models, the Volt or the Bolt EV. GM said its gearing up to position Cadillac as a luxury rival to the current segment leader, Tesla.
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The electric Caddy is the first model derived from GM's future EV platform, as the brand readies itself for an "all-electric future". The electric Caddy crossover will be just the first in a range of vehicles to make use of the platform, which has been created to accommodate front-, rear- or all-wheel drive configurations.
There's barely any details about the auto itself but Cadillac assured everyone that they all will be revealed in time, closer to the vehicle's launch.
The flexible platform enables a wide range of body shapes with front-wheel, rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. According to the automaker, it can tailor EVs made on the architecture "for maximum usability throughout GM vehicle lineups in different countries".