Cadillac shocks Detroit Auto Show with electric SUV preview

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Cadillac is a division of General Motors which announced last week its intent to move towards an all-electric future.

The crossover is powered by a 3.6L V-6 engine and nine-speed automatic transmission which is further enhanced by intelligent drive controls including advanced adaptive cruise control combined with various safety and driver assistance features.

As of right now, all Cadillac has stated regarding official release date is that it will be available for ordering in the spring.

That was counter to the Toyota Prius model, in which an expensive new powertrain was launched in a small, mass-priced car-in part to achieve that car's social goals of reducing overall fuel consumption, which it did. "It will represent the height of luxury and innovation while positioning Cadillac as the pinnacle of mobility".

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"The architectural design will allow the battery packs to fit into the vehicle like ice cubes in an ice cube tray, you can put in as much water as you want to make as many cubes as you need - the tray still takes up the same space in the freezer", said Cadillac president Steve Carlisle. But, other body styles will follow this crossover, and in short succession too - aforementioned flexibility means each future EV will have a short design and development time.

Cadillac furthered its recent product blitz January 2019 with the reveal of the brand's first EV.

Cadillac's electric crossover is expected to be a mid-size model created to take on the Tesla Model X and offer buyers the choice of two or three rows of seats.

The output of battery systems will be adjusted according to vehicle and market demand. In the same weekend that the electric transition promise was made, a three-row, highly-connected EV crossover was unveiled. The one thing that hasn't change is the high level of competition.

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