Fully electric Cadillac Celestiq Rendered; is this what the ultra-luxury flagship sedan will look like?

Cadillac provided a sneak peek at the upcoming ultra-luxury, fully electric Celestiq show car at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2021. Designed to set a new standard for luxury EVs, the Celestiq embodies Cadillac’s commitment to reimagining what’s possible in design and technology.

2023 Cadillac Celestiq Electric Sedan Light Teaser

The foundation of Celestiq is the modular Ultium battery platform, which enables greater design flexibility. The Celestiq design and engineering teams took advantage of the new space and explored opportunities to artfully integrate cutting edge technology. The result is a stunning vehicle with a dramatic presence, a low profile and rearward proportions.

Each vehicle offers a curated selection of hand-crafted materials, and each Celestiq will be designed to reflect the individuality of its owner. The vehicles will feature all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering and a full-glass roof.

2023 Cadillac Celestiq Electric Sedan Tail Light Teaser

Inside the cabin, Celestiq takes the artful integration of technology to new heights, with a customizable experience for drivers and passengers alike.

Celestiq’s roof is expected to be one of the first to feature a four-quadrant, suspended-particle-device smart glass. With this smart glass, each occupant of the vehicle can set their own level of roof transparency. The individualized experience shared by each occupant will be a signature aspect of the Cadillac Celestiq.

The driver and front-seat passenger will enjoy a pillar-to-pillar freeform display with active privacy to help mitigate driver distraction while rear-seat passengers have personalized entertainment screens. Console screens between seats in the front and back will separate individualized comfort settings from entertainment displays to minimize distractions.

As Cadillac’s future flagship sedan, the Celestiq show car embodies Cadillac’s pioneering spirit and focus on setting the standard for luxury EVs.


  1. While I think some of the details are correct, I think Celestiq is going to be wider, lower, longer and more radical than the render. I think it’ll be low like the Sixteen, and very much a production four door version for the Inner Space concept with Lyriq styling queues. If you look closely at the birds eye photo of the car from the commercial, it seems to have shoulders where the tail lights are, and the hatch swoops down to the end.


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