GM will introduce an all-electric Cadillac Escalade ‘IQ’ later this year
GM’s first all-electric Cadillac Escalade will be known as the “Escalade IQ,” which continues Cadillac’s EV naming technique that to date contains the Lyriq crossover and upcoming Celestiq ultra-luxury sedan.
DETROIT – General Motors on Monday confirmed plans to introduce an all-electric model of its flagship Cadillac Escalade later this year.
The Detroit automaker mentioned the brand new SUV will be known as the “Escalade IQ,” which continues Cadillac’s EV naming technique that to date contains the Lyriq crossover and upcoming Celestiq ultra-luxury sedan.
An electrical Escalade was anticipated, as the corporate plans to totally convert Cadillac into an electrical vehicle brand by 2030.
A Cadillac spokeswoman declined to launch any further particulars concerning the automobile except for its existence and identify. Analysts anticipate the automobile to enter manufacturing and on sale as quickly as subsequent year, in keeping with Automotive News.
The Cadillac Escalade IQ is anticipated to make the most of GM’s Ultium battery cells, motors and applied sciences, which the automaker is utilizing to energy and underpin its next-generation EVs.
But simply because it is known as an Escalade does not essentially imply it will be an identical to the model’s iconic inside combustion engine-powered SUV. Previously introduced EVs that share names with GM’s conventional automobiles have included design options and applied sciences fully totally different than their predecessors.
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