Finally!! Cadillac steps up and Shows First Fully all Electric EV
It is reporting early that Cadillac Model Will Be The First Of GM’s Next-Gen Electric Cars.
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Here is an example of the leapfrog on the fast track of NASCAR they called “Shake and Bake”!
NOW THE NEWS FROM DETROIT!Cadillac furthered its recent product blitz. Makes it special with the show of the brand’s first EV. I mean the Green Living Guy did Test Drive the Cadillac ELR. It was the ONLY LUXURY CAR EXCLUDING TESLA FROM AMERICA PEOPLE WANTED. THAT WAS A SIGN.
This will be the first model derived from GM’s future EV platform. GM announced on Friday that Cadillac will be at the vanguard of the company’s move toward an all-electric future.
“Cadillac’s EV will hit the heart of the crossover market and meet the needs of customers around the world,” said Steve Carlisle, president of Cadillac. “It will represent the height of luxury and innovation while positioning Cadillac as the pinnacle of mobility.”
As well, the Cadillac as an EV’s name. In addition of course more details revealing closer to launch. However this announcement is part of Cadillac’s aggressive product acceleration. It’s announced one week and in addition to revealing the all-new XT6 crossover. As well the company also hinted at both a future Escalade and an upcoming performance sedan.
Overall, Cadillac stating it will introduce new models now. Finally, we should expect one new build your own electric Vehicle action. Can you say at the rate of roughly one every six months through 2021.
GM’s future EV platform, which Cadillac will universal. They intend to be the first to use a flexible one; thereby allowing the company to respond quickly. Especially to customer preferences with a relatively short design and development lead time. The Cadillac portfolio will eventually benefit from a variety of body styles that can be spun off this architecture.
The most advanced components within this platform are the drive units and battery cells, both of which are designed for maximum usability throughout GM vehicle lineups in different countries. The EVs can be configured in front, rear or all-wheel drive. In addition and the output of their battery systems will be adjustable based on vehicle and customer needs.