Home » Customization Options Could Make Every Cadillac Celestiq Unique

Customization Options Could Make Every Cadillac Celestiq Unique

Customization Options Could Make Every Cadillac Celestiq Unique

The Cadillac Celestiq is on the horizon, ready to sweep in and continue the luxury marque’s electric onslaught with hand-built quality and unparalleled opulence. Cadillac Society has now learned that the forthcoming full-size electric luxury sedan will be customizable right down to even the most minute aspect, and no two Celestiq sedans will be alike.  

This extreme level of customization will allow Celestiq buyers to control every detail of their vehicles, similar to the Bespoke departments at Bentley and Rolls-Royce. A source tells us that levels of customization will be so high that Cadillac will allow customers to use wood from a tree in their front yard for the Celestiq’s interior trim. That option, along with countless others, will be available to Celestiq buyers.

That means the upcoming electric luxury sedan will be the most customizable vehicle in the history of Cadillac and its parent company, General Motors. It should be no surprise, then, that it is also poised to be the most expensive vehicle to have been offered by the luxury marque, starting around the $200,000 mark. For reference, the current most expensive Caddy is the high-performance Cadillac Escalade-V, which starts at $150,000. 

Under the skin, the Cadillac Celestiq will be underpinned by the latest version of the BEV3 electric vehicle platform, driven by Ultium battery technology and Ultium Drive technology. The electric luxury sedan will also be one of the first vehicles to feature Ultra Cruise, the luxury marque’s upcoming fully autonomous driver assist system that will be capable of handling up to 95 percent of real-world driving scenarios. 

In addition, the Cadillac Celestiq will feature a full glass roof with SPD SmartGlass, divided into four quadrants that can be individually adjusted to allow as much, or as little, ambient light inside as desired by passengers thanks to SPD SmartGlass technology. This technology could also benefit the vehicle’s driving range by helping to better regulate cabin temperatures. 

The Cadillac Celestiq has yet to be unveiled in full, although the reveal could happen as soon as June

We’ll provide more details on the Celestiq as soon as we get them. Until then, be sure to subscribe to Cadillac Society for more Cadillac Celestiq news and around-the-clock Cadillac news coverage. We also invite you to join the latest discussions in our Cadillac forums and Cadillac Celestiq forum.

Cadillac Celestiq Show Car Photos

NextGEN Gallery

Written by
Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.


  1. I have a CT5V Blackwing on order. Expected delivery mid June (I hope). I will never own an electric car. Not today. Not tomorrow. Not ever. Should not be a problem. I am 84 years old.

  2. When this concept first came out, I did a wagon conversion on it. That would be my “customized” version

  3. $200K+…I’ll wait until the wheels fall off my 2-custom ordered CT6’s.

    Electric, no way. Our electrical grids can’t support all the EV’s that are supposed to be rolling out. Want to wait 24 hours for a charge? Want to wait 1 hour for a charge to go 50-75 miles, hell no. I’ll keep my ICE cars.

  4. Until they (and all manufacturers) figure out how this will work with long distance drives …like what do you do when you get to the beach hotel or condo and there is no charger, or it is being used, or the few charges in town are such that you will have to drive to, only to find someone is already on it for several hours, OR you get lucky and one is open …in either case, then what??? You cant charge in few minutes enough power for your 250 mile drive home so do you sit there for 8 hours or do you take a cab to and from the charger? Electric may be great for commuter daily driving back and forth to your house, but for trips, its is not feasible. Too bad Cadillac never made a suv/car as cool as these electric vehicles, but as gasoline versions.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Lost Password

Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.

Sign Up