Automaker Cadillac described the Celestiq as a very luxurious all-electric vehicle.
Although there is no exact release date or any noticeable related specifications, GM has revealed some features.
GM showed off the Cadillac Celestiq for the first time to a group of reporters at an EV Day event in early 2020, but has yet to release any photos publicly.
The ultra-luxury car is supposed to be a companion to the Cadillac Lyriq, which was unveiled last August.
Both cars are built on GM’s Ultium EV platform, which powers a wide range of vehicle types and sizes, including the GMC Hummer electric and the new BrightDrop delivery vehicles.
Cadillac Celestiq features all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering and a fully panoramic glass roof, which Cadillac takes to the next level by making it a modular adjustable roof.
The automaker describes the roof as being made of smart glass, which allows each passenger of the car to set its own level of transparency.
“The color of the glass matches the ambient lighting in the cabin,” said (Crystal Windham), Cadillac Director of Interior Design, during a presentation at CES.
There is also a giant touch screen, and the Cadillac Lyriq has garnered a lot of attention due to the 33-inch curved LED screen for the infotainment system.
Cadillac looks ready to add a larger screen to Cadillac Celestiq, but without revealing Cadillac is currently about the size of that screen.
Cadillac previously described the Cadillac Lyriq display as having the highest pixel density available in the automotive industry today and can display more than a billion colors, 64 times more than any other car in the automotive industry.
Cadillac Celestiq is likely to include Super Cruise, GM’s advanced hands-free driver assistance system that includes driver monitoring.