Ultra-Pricey Cadillac Celestiq Will Be Hand Built in Michigan

June 17th, 2022 Chris Phillip
Ultra-Pricey Cadillac Celestiq Will Be Hand Built in Michigan
Celestiq, the new Cadillac electric sedan with a lofty price tag to match its fancy name, will be hand-built at the GM Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan.

As such, it will be the first production vehicle to ever be built at the famous facility.

GM is renovating the facility including purchasing and installing the necessary equipment to hand-build the battery-powered luxury sedan. $81 million dollars is earmarked for the renovation.

As Cadillac’s future flagship sedan, Celestiq signifies a new, resurgent era for the brand,” said General Motors president Mark Reuss. “Each one will be hand-built by an amazing team of craftspeople on our historic Technical Center campus, and today’s investment announcement emphasizes our commitment to delivering a world-class Cadillac with nothing but the best in craftsmanship, design, engineering and technology.”

Pricing is expected to start at around $200,000, which will likely make it the most-expensive Cadillac model ever offered. (Source: GMauthority.com)

GM has not yet released photography of the production vehicle. For that, we'll all have to wait for its official debut at the end of July.