New 2024 Cadillac Celestiq Rumors, Electric, Release Date – When the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq goes on sale, it will be a $200,000 hand-assembled all-electric sedan flagship. Construction numbers are projected to be somewhat restricted, while the same yearly allotment is uncertain. The Celestiq will be built on General Motors’ new flexible modular Ultium platform and will have standard all-wheel drive and four-wheel steering.
At the very least, a 400-mile range is anticipated. A cutting-edge glass roof incorporating four-quadrant, suspended-particle-device smart glass will be standard, and each occupant will have the ability to customize the roof’s transparency. Additionally, the inside will have a 33-inch display and a variety of hand-crafted materials.
2024 Cadillac Celestiq Redesign
The 2024 Cadillac Celestiq is a “blank-slate” design, although one that is unmistakably Cadillac. The bold front grille is distinguished by the black crystal and an eye-catching lighting pattern that runs along the sides and bottom, encircling the brand’s emblem. Instead of being incorporated into the headlight assembly, LED daytime running lights are comprised of two huge strips, one on each side of the front end. The ultra-narrow LEDs are located above them.
The rear end has split taillights that begin on the C-pillars and continue downward into the back glass. The light design is divided in half by an extra pair of long lights over the rear bumper on either side. A set of 20-inch split six-spoke alloy wheels is included as standard, while 22-inch wheels are available as an option. The exterior is available in only two colors: Satin Steel Metallic or Stellar Black Metallic. The former, as seen here, looks stunning with its black roof and lower body panels.
The interior is minimalist and high-tech in design. Standard features include a large 33-inch curved LED display capable of producing over one billion colors. This compartment houses both the driver’s gauge cluster and the touchscreen display. The 2024 Cadillac Celestiq controls are located beneath the touchscreen, along a single horizontal strip slightly angled toward the driver. Standard equipment includes a 19-speaker AKG Studio audio system with headrest speakers.
On each side of the three-spoke steering wheel are controls for adjusting speaker volume, Bluetooth, and other infotainment system features. The center console is divided into two halves; the first half houses the gear selection dial, while the second half houses two cupholders. Additionally, it includes a sophisticated noise-cancellation mechanism. The designers devoted meticulous attention to the tiniest details.
The 2024 Cadillac Celestiq will come standard with a rear-wheel drive and an electric motor on the back axle; all-wheel drive will be available as an option, adding a second motor to the front to power the front wheels. Cadillac has been tight-lipped about the all-wheel-drive engine for the Cadillac Celestiq, so we don’t know how much horsepower it will create; the rear-wheel drive variant is expected to produce 340 horsepower. In any case, acceleration will be rapid, at least at low speeds, due to the instantaneous nature of an electric motor’s power supply.
Ultium is the name given to the Cadillac Celestiq. The scalable technology enables the manufacturer to build batteries with capacities ranging from 50.0 kWh to 200 kWh, with the biggest capacity designated for large electric pickup trucks such as the future GMC Hummer EV SUT. Cadillac says that the Cadillac Celestiq will include a battery with a capacity of around 100 kWh and will be capable of traveling for more than 300 miles on a single charge.
2024 Cadillac Celestiq Release Date and Price
Having said that, this level of spaciousness and luxury is not inexpensive. The 2024 Cadillac Celestiq basic Luxury trim level is $76,195, which includes tax, license, and registration fees, as well as a $1,295 destination charge. The Premium Luxury is priced at $82,995, while the Sport is priced at $85,595. The Premium Luxury Platinum and Sport Platinum trim levels are the highest in the series, and although they are fashioned differently, they have the same MSRP of $99,995. Upgrades to 4WD or the long-wheelbase ESV will increase the price even further.