GM announced on Friday that Cadillac will be at the vanguard of the company's move towards an all-electric future. In order to keep up with emerging markets, the automaker surprised the world with a teaser for its first fully electric SUV on Sunday, slating release for 2022.
The new electric Caddy SUV will be GMs first electric vehicle to use GM's new third-generation electric-car architecture, with a versatile "skateboard" chassis and a battery-pack design that can accommodate different capacities in the same format. It claims we'll see one new model every six months through 2021.
On Sunday, Cadillac unveiled pictures of the advanced vehicle, which features a sleek exterior and will be the first model obtained from General Motor's future EV platform.
As we've previously reported, the as-yet-unnamed Cadillac crossover will be the first production auto to use General Motors' new electric vehicle platform. Cadillac said the name of the electric crossover and additional details about the vehicle will be revealed closer to launch.
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The key will be GM's modular EV platform, which the automaker refers to as BEV3.
"It will represent the height of luxury and innovation while positioning Cadillac as the pinnacle of mobility", explains Cadillac president Steve Carlisle. GM is developing an EV platform and says Cadillac will be the first brand to come onboard.
The new platform will be flexible, and adaptable to front-, rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations. Called as Cadillac BEV3, the vehicle, in fact, is a cross-over of different shapes and employs the state-of-the-art EV-based transmission and ignition system.