Frequent Contributor Mike L. sends me this snippet:
GM on Friday unveiled the Cadillac Celestiq, previewing an upcoming car that will cost $300,000 or more when it goes into production by late 2023. The car marks a pivot for Cadillac into hand-built vehicles, which are typically reserved for high-end sports cars and uber-luxury models.
And I have to admit that for the modern style of car, it’s not too horrible:
Still as ugly as shit, but no worse than the new Rollers.
Of course, then we come to the real dog-turd in the ice cream:
Cadillac is calling the vehicle its new “all-electric flagship sedan.”
And there I was thinking that a decent 7.2-liter V12 engine would make this a worthy entrant into the hand-built car sector…
Hard pass, Cadillac. Wouldn’t accept one for free, let along have to cough up 300 big ones for a battery-powered car. Celestiq it up your Detroit assholes.