Cadillac Releases a Teaser of Its First Full Electric Vehicle

This is Cadillac’s first fully electric car

This is Cadillac’s first fully electric car

Cadillac is the latest of big name auto makers to show their support for an all-electric future. A Cadillac electric vehicle is the first to ride on GM's next-generation EV platform in 2021.

Cadillac furthered its recent product blitz today with the reveal of the brand's first EV.

The company has already promised that this platform will create a number of models with different types of bodies.

The electric Caddy is the first model derived from GM's future EV platform, as the brand readies itself for an "all-electric future".

The 5-passenger electric SUV will have a range of more than 300 miles and will feature all-wheel drive and Super Cruise - Cadillac's partially autonomous driving system.

GM is vowing to reposition Cadillac as an EV brand.

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"It will represent the height of luxury and innovation while positioning Cadillac as the pinnacle of mobility", explains Cadillac president Steve Carlisle.

The vehicle showcased on Sunday doesn't yet have a name, but Cadillac did provide limited details on the engineering concept.

The company hasn't elaborated on its Friday announcement or said when the Cadillac EV will be built, whether it will be a crossover or sedan, or where it will be assembled.

The statement also revealed that the company expects to introduce new models at the rate of "roughly one every six months through 2021". Cadillac said the most advanced parts of the EV platform include the drive units and the battery cells.

Cadillac has a goal to sell an electric SUV priced more affordably than Tesla Inc.'s Model X, which often retails for more than $100,000.

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