The $300,000 Cadillac Celestiq is worth the wait

Cadillac wants to compete with Rolls-Royce and Bentley.

by | Published on 18th Oct 2022

This is the Cadillac Celestiq, a 600-hp luxury sedan designed for speed and comfort.

With a price tag of $300,000, it also marks Cadillac’s return to its former glory with a proper luxury car.

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The Celestiq is powered by two electric motors – one at each axle – delivering a grand total of 600 hp and 640 lb-ft of torque.

The company says it can accelerate from standstill to 60 mph in just 3.8 seconds.


In theory, the Celestiq can cover up to 300 miles on a ‘tank’ of energy.

However, the range decreases a lot faster if you have a lead foot.

And with that much power, you’ll definitely feel tempted.

Visually, the Cadillac Celestiq certainly knows how to make its presence known.

There are more than 200 color options available and the attention to detail is incredible.

Every model features more than 300 individually crafted components and 115 3D printed elements.

That tells you how much Cadillac cared about making this car look and feel unique.

Inside, the brand tried to combine modern elements with classic Caddy vibes and it sort of worked.

The steering wheel looks like it came straight out of a 1999 Escalade.

However, you also have a massive 55-inch, pillar-to-pillar display that integrates the instrument cluster, the infotainment system and even a screen for your passenger.

Cadillac describes it as one of the most important cars in its 120-year history and that’s not all.

With this car, the company says it wants to compete with Rolls-Royce and Bentley.

It may sound a bit far-fetched but the Celestiq certainly checks all the boxes.

It’s fast, beautiful and it feels special.

Like a Cadillac should.



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