Cadillac Celestiq, the $350,000 car that want´s to be a Rolls-Royce

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Cadillac has drawn from every era and element of its rich heritage to deliver the most advanced, most luxurious and one of the most important vehicles the brand has ever produced.

The Cadillac CELESTIQ is a handcrafted, all-electric, ultra-luxury flagship that reestablishes the iconic brand as the Standard of the World, while serving as the flagship for the brand’s electric future.

The CELESTIQ story is built on legacy, with its design, cutting-edge technology, and personalized luxury rooted in Cadillac’s history of building handcrafted, iconic vehicles such as the 1933 V16 Aerodynamic Coupe and the 1957 Eldorado Brougham.

Each CELESTIQ is personally commissioned — no two will be alike. Clients will work directly with their selected dealer and Cadillac designers to realize their unique vision for the car, with unprecedented levels of personalization tailored to reflect the owner’s tastes.

This unique and individualized experience is augmented by Cadillac’s global leadership in electrification, available hands-free driver assistance technology and connected services. CELESTIQ sets the benchmark for handcrafted, multisensory and immersive EV luxury experiences.

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Javier Mota es un periodista digital especializado en la industria automotriz con experiencia en todos los medios; prensa escrita, televisión, radio e internet. Ha compartido sus conocimientos en programas nacionales de televisión y radio como Sirius XM Radio, Univision, NBC Telemundo y CNN en Español. Además, es el co-prersentador del podcast Total Car Score. Fue el primer periodista hispano elegido al Jurado del North American Car and Truck of the Year Awards. También es miembro del Jurado del World Car of the Year Award.

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