2025 Cadillac Celestiq Engine

 The cadillac Celestiq will be produced as an all-new model for the Cadillac lineup, but we won't see showstoppers like this for a few years.

2025 Cadillac Celestiq

It's unclear whether Cadillac will keep offering modern trim levels in the future, especially as its lineup transitions to all-electric powertrains like the ones found in the Celestiq and Lyriq. We believe the Celestiq will be more expensive than the Lyriq, which is expected to have a base price of around $60,000. For a car with flagship potential, a starting price in the six-figure range is more appropriate.

2025 Cadillac Celestiq Engine

Cadillac hasn't revealed much about the Celestiq's powertrain, but we do know it will be all-wheel drive with four-wheel steering. That means two electric motors—one for each axle—and acceleration performance comparable to the Tesla Model S and Porsche Taycan. We won't be able to test-drive the Celestiq for a while, but when we do, we'll update this storey with our impressions and test results.

2025 Cadillac Celestiq Range, Charging, and Battery Life

The Celestiq will get its electrons from an Ultium battery pack that could be 100 kWh in size. Cadillac claims a driving range of at least 300 miles per charge; if larger battery packs are available as options, the maximum range of the car could be even greater. For comparison, the longest driving range of the Model S is 402 miles, and the Lucid Air sedan has a range of up to 517 miles.