Moving along the sides, the Celestiq’s distinctive profile becomes an almost shocking focal point. That roofline looks like it will last forever. According to Cadillac, the 23-inch wheels come in “nearly endless color choices,” have good rolling resistance, and are available with Michelin Pilot Sport EV tires designed specifically for the Celestiq. Self-sealing technology, a special tread pattern and foam inserts also reduce noise levels.
But back to design. Celestiq does not have external door handles and instead relies on an electric opening/closing function. At the rear, the vertical taillight theme is the same as that at the front, which is repeated by additional lighting elements on either side of the rear window. These vertical lighting signatures also provide charging status indicators in 10% increments. There is an active rear spoiler that deploys at low speed and rises at high speed to keep the car balanced.
A fixed smart glass roof is claimed to be an industry first. Suspended Particle Device Technology and multicolor ambient lighting make it easy to adjust the exact level of natural light entering the cabin.
Cadillac promises a staggering number of Cadillac Celestique exterior colors. With plenty of trim and material options, there’s enough variety to ensure no two models are exactly alike. Clients are even given the opportunity to develop new colors together with Cadillac’s design team.
Overall, Cadillac has invigorated the concept of land yachts into a new era with one of the most exciting designs we’ve seen from an automaker in years.
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