New 2024 Cadillac Celestiq Rumors, Electric, Release Date – When it goes on sale, the Cadillac Celestiq will be a flagship all-electric car, costing $200,000 and made by hand. Construction is anticipated to be limited, but the annual allocation remains undetermined. All-wheel drive and four-wheel steering will be standard on the Celestiq, built on GM’s new flexible, modular Ultium platform.
The planned range is at least 400 miles. The Standard will be a cutting-edge glass roof with four-quadrant, suspended-particle-device smart glass, and each tenant will be able to adjust the roof’s transparency. The inside will also have a 33-inch screen and a variety of materials made by hand.
2024 Cadillac Celestiq Redesign
The 2024 Cadillac Celestiq is a “blank slate” design, but it is unmistakably a Cadillac. The black crystal and an eye-catching lighting pattern define the powerful front grille, which continues along the sides and bottom and encloses the company logo. Instead of being integrated into the headlight assembly, LED daytime running lights to consist of two large strips positioned on either side of the front bumper. Above them are fragile LEDs.
Split taillights are featured, beginning on the C-pillars and extending downward into the rear window. The second set of extended taillights flanks each back bumper side, dividing the light pattern half. 20-inch alloy wheels with six spokes are standard equipment, while 22-inch wheels are available as an option. There are just two exterior color options: Satin Steel Metallic and Stellar Black Metallic. As shown below, the former’s black roof and lower body panels are rather attractive.
The interior design is minimalist and cutting-edge. Included as Standard is a large 33-inch curved LED display capable of displaying over one billion colors. Both the driver’s instrument cluster and the touchscreen display are located in this compartment. The 2024 Cadillac Celestiq controls for the climate control system are positioned beneath the touchscreen in a single horizontal strip angled slightly toward the driver. The vehicle is equipped with a 19-speaker AKG Studio audio system with headrest speakers as standard equipment. The interior is offered in two colors: sky-cool gray and black.
On either side of the three-spoke steering wheel are controls for speaker volume, Bluetooth, and additional infotainment system features. The center console is divided into two pieces, the first of which houses the gear selector and the second of which contains two cupholders. In addition, it features superior noise-cancelling technology. The designers paid meticulous attention to each and every detail.
Standard on the Cadillac Celestiq will be rear-wheel drive and a rear-axle electric motor; all-wheel drive will be available as an option and will require the addition of a second motor to power the front wheels. Cadillac has remained silent regarding the all-wheel-drive engine for the Cadillac Celestiq, so we do not know how many horsepower it will produce; the rear-wheel drive alternative is anticipated to produce 340 horsepower. In any case, acceleration will be rapid, at least at low speeds, due to the instantaneous power supply of an electric motor.
The name of the Cadillac Celestiq is Ultium. The plant can currently make batteries with capacities ranging from 50 kWh to 200 engine, with the biggest capacity reserved for the future GMC Hummer EV SUT and other large electric pickup trucks. Cadillac claims that the Cadillac Celestiq will include a battery with a capacity of over 100 kWh and a range of over 300 miles on a single charge.
2024 Cadillac Celestiq Release Date and Price
However, this level of luxury and spaciousness is not inexpensive. The starting price for the Luxury trim level is $76,195, which includes tax, licensing, and registration fees, in addition to a destination charge of $1,295. The Premium Luxury variant is priced at $82,995, and the Sport model is priced at $85,595. The Premium Luxury Platinum and Sport Platinum trim levels are the most expensive in the series, and while they are designed differently, they have the same starting price of $99, Upgrades to 4WD or the long-wheelbase ESV increase the price dramatically. The 4WD version of the Celestiq costs $3,000 more than the standard model. The Celestiq ESV Luxury is priced at $79,195, which is an increase of $3,000 over the shorter form.