Cadillac to launch electric crossover in late 2022 Lyriq, and a little later, the flagship of the American brand, the Celestiq electric hatchback, should arrive in time. There is no serial implementation yet, but within the framework of a virtual exhibition CES 2021 (Consumer Electronics Show) we were shown a teaser video and told a little more about the future model. So far, the most interesting detail of the future car is a four-section roof made of photochromic glass. Each of the four riders in the cabin has its own overhead section with individually adjustable transparency.
It is also known that the Celestiq will receive matrix LED headlights, a massive hood combined with the front fenders, and a center display in the entire width of the front panel, as well as individual screens for each of the rear passengers. As in the case of Lyric, the Celestik is based on the Ultium modular platform with a flat lithium-nickel-manganese-cobalt-oxide battery with a capacity of 100 kWh integrated into the body’s power structure. The hatchback will get all-wheel drive, steering the rear axle, autopilot Super Cruise and the ability to charge from 350 kilowatt superchargers.
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