Cadillac Celestiq EV: GM will manufacture the car by hand and invests $81 million in the project

Cadillac has unveiled its new electric vehicle to the world, and it’s with the “Celestiq EV” that General Motors isn’t taking a shortcut with its production. That’s because the vehicle aims to handcraft everything from the luxury sedan, and it won’t account for the crafting machines the company has to mass-produce its cars.

Cadillac Celestiq EV: GM will invest $81 million in a handcrafted car

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GM and Cadillac unveiled the Celestiq EV to the world earlier this week, focusing on a show car that doesn’t yet have many prototypes available to the public. This electric vehicle is giving the world a sense of luxury, and what it’s doing the most to elevate its brand and its brand is with GM’s business to handcraft the car for future orders.

According to Tech Crunch, GM is investing $81 million in the Cadillac Celestiq EV and will focus on future clean-energy vehicle ventures, particularly with a focus on handcrafting the vehicle. The car would have no machines to work on its creation, focusing on its employees to create the electric vehicle from scratch.

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GM presents another electric vehicle in the Cadillac brand

The Cadillac Celestiq EV is the second electric vehicle that will come under the brand and GM, aiming to release two luxury models in its quest to electrify its cars. The first is the electric crossover known as the Cadillac LYRIQ. It gives a new body to the vehicle which will focus on a larger chassis with Ultium drivetrain technology.

GM and its electric vehicles

General Motors is a large automobile manufacturing company. It has several vehicles in its production which are famous worldwide for their quality and features available to everyone. GM also focuses on luxury cars that align with European standards and rivals famous for their expensive vehicles that bring quality and comfort.

Last week, GM and Cadillac unveiled the luxury electric vehicle to the world, and the Celestiq EV gave its first look to the public looking for a sedan that meets their needs. The world got its first glimpse of the Celestiq as a clean-energy vehicle with exquisite features, something that was first launched with an internal combustion engine in the past.

Many upcoming vehicles are coming soon from General Motors, including takes from Cadillac, Chevrolet, Buick, Hummer and GMC.

GM is returning to the first release of an electric vehicle, in the form of sedans, apart from the company’s many versions on SUVs and electric pickup trucks that are famous with the public. The Celestiq EV features a machine with the best craftsmanship of GM’s work, incorporating Cadillac treatment and branding across its offerings.

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