According to Cadillac, the 2025 Cadillac Celtic will roll off the production line with the same (or incredibly close) specs and design as the original concept was recently revealed, which will be rolled out in person at Pebble Beach in August of 2022. An amazing amount of time and financial investment, Celestiq promises competition with the likes of Bentley and Rolls-Royce.
The new addition to the Cadillac family will be handcrafted and the beautifully elegant design will look like art just like the car. The futuristic idea has us excited to see the production version start rolling out in 2025, so we can experience the technology and luxury for ourselves.
Let’s take a closer look at why we’re looking forward to the 2025 Cadillac Celeste!
Specifications and manufacture of the Cadillac 2025 Celeste
The 2025 Cadillac Celeste will be an all-new model for the brand and will be tailored to each individual buyer of upscale riding. Although not all details about the Celestiq have been revealed, Cadillac has dropped some hints and said the sedan will be available with both all-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.
With this information in mind, the Celestiq is likely to debut with a single motor per hub. While staying competitive with other huge electric brands, the new Cadillac is also likely to have significant acceleration in order to keep pace with popular models such as the Audi RS E-Tron GT and Tesla Model 3. It has a few years to perfect the overall performance of the new car before it even begins Offered for sale.
Looking at Cadillac’s other flagship electric vehicle, the Lyriq SUV, it’s likely that the Celestiq battery will follow suit and that will be a big Ultium battery pack of 100 kWh. If that’s the case, the sedan’s driving range should be expected to be in excess of 300 miles per charge, which is moderately long though slightly behind the competition as the Lucid Air is capable of 516 miles per charge while the Tesla Model S The famous can boast up to 402 miles.
There’s also an opportunity to increase this range with battery size, as GM has used a larger Ultium battery in models like the GMC Hummer EV. While the massive SUV can only hit 329 miles on battery only, the power would go much further in a smaller, lighter sedan like the Celeste.
According to news from Cadillac, each Celestiq will be the first car produced at GM’s global technical center since the building was inaugurated in 1956. Each Celestiq will be fully customizable, and Cadillac has noted that “the sky is the limit” when creating each vehicle. It will be handcrafted, placing it at the top of the luxury class among automakers such as Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
Other exciting features and technology we can’t wait to see in the 2025 Cadillac Celeste
The new Cadillac design is sleek and futuristic without overdoing it. Images that reveal the concept show elegant lines and angles with a minimal (but certainly not lacking) aesthetic. Cadillac claims the style was inspired by mid-century architecture and particularly the work of Finn-American Eero Saarinen who was the designer of well-known buildings such as the TWA Aviation Center (now the TWA Hotel) and the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.
Excessive luxury doesn’t end with the outer shell either. The cabin is tech-rich and comfortable with four bucket seats, an adjustable roof panel that changes from transparent to opaque, leather lining, and brushed metal trims punctuated by open-pore wood accents. The car is also equipped with ambient interior lighting that shines through with perforated wood accents.
The technology is also amazing, with a 55-inch touchscreen that covers the entire length of the Celestiq’s dashboard. The rear seats also have large screen displays with infotainment connectivity for movies, internet search and stereo controls.
Although Cadillac has not yet submitted the Celestiq for safety testing, it has confirmed that it will have a next-generation version of GM’s driving technology called Ultra Cruise, which offers hands-free driving. Additionally, the care will likely include other safety features already available on other Cadillac rides including automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane keep assist.
In the coming years, any updates and advances in technology will likely be incorporated into Cadillac’s new flagship electric vehicle. We already know that it was built with luxury in mind and the aesthetics are incredibly attractive, as well as the dedication to technology and customization, which means that from here until release, the 2025 Cadillac will only get better, making it even better. One luxury sedan to really look forward to!