Cadillac intends to produce an electric-only convertible sports car

United States: After more than ten years, American luxury automaker Cadillac may be working on a fully electric convertible sports car. On its official Instagram page, GM Design Studio showcased a sketch of an open-top stretch-out car. If the plan is approved, the curvy automobile will be a spiritual successor to the iconic XLR model that was built between 2004 and 2009.

The Cadillac XLR was well received by both critics and customers when it was first unveiled in 2003. The flagship Roadster model was introduced with "Magnetic Ride Control", radar-based cruise control and the first adaptive suspension for the brand with Italian-made interior components. Luxury fashion house Bulgari. The open-top sports car could return as an EV as electrification remains a top priority for the automaker.

Even though the rendering only shows the rear third of the upcoming Cadillac convertible sports car, we expect it to incorporate styling elements from the LYRIQ and CELESTIQ EVs.

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The roadster will feature designer alloy wheels, a tall, sculpted bonnet, a raked windscreen, two oversized doors, and flared wheel arches. The rear will feature a diffuser and vertical LED taillamps.

As the project is still in the concept stage, the technical details of the upcoming Cadillac Roadster have not been finalised. We anticipate that the car will be offered with a capable electric drivetrain if the project is approved.

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The as-yet-unfinished interior of the Cadillac convertible sports car is a mystery. But we anticipate that the vehicle will feature a spacious four-seat interior with a modern dashboard, premium materials for the upholstery, automatic climate control, ambient lighting, a multifunctional steering wheel, a digital instrument cluster and a large touchscreen with connectivity There will be a touchscreen infotainment system. alternative. Multiple airbags will guarantee the safety of the passengers.

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The convertible sports car has so far only received a single rendering from the GM design studio. Cadillac has not yet approved the project. If it goes ahead, we expect the upcoming roadster to be priced significantly higher than the current XLR model.

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