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2026 Cadillac Vistiq Electric Three-Row Crossover Unveiled

2026 Cadillac Vistiq Electric Three-Row Crossover Unveiled

In early 2023, Cadillac announced intent to pull the veil off three new electric vehicles before the end of the calendar year, revealing the Cadillac Escalade IQ and, more recently, the Cadillac Optiq luxury crossover. Now, the third EV has finally been unveiled, adding the 2026 Cadillac Vistiq to the luxury marque’s electric family. 

The Cadillac Vistiq is the fifth EV to join Caddy’s lineup, slotting in above the Cadillac Lyriq and below the Escalade IQ. The luxury marque touts the new luxury electric crossover as being the perfect ride for the modern family.

The 2026 Cadillac Vistiq appears to have proportions similar to the Cadillac XT6 and will feature three seating rows, although its exact dimensions have not yet been revealed. Its profile is more upright than the Lyriq while being more streamlined than the Escalade IQ, and it boasts the luxury marque’s readily recognizable veritical and horizontal lighting signatures up front and out back. Its large front “grille” features a crosshatched LED pattern similar to that of the Lyriq, while its rear hatch features a two-tiered taillight setup. It rides on a set of 22-inch wheels and features flush-mounted door handles. 

As for what motivates the new luxury electric crossover, Cadillac says details will be revealed during the 2024 calendar year. However, images of the 2026 Cadillac Vistiq reveal a 600E4 badge out back, which indicates a dual-motor all-wheel-drive setup with 600 Nm (450 pound-feet) of torque. In the Cadillac Lyriq, that powertrain delivers 500 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque, so it’s safe to assume that the Vistiq will follow suit. Additionally, as evidenced by prototypes spotted earlier this year, the Vistiq could feature rear-wheel steering for enhanced maneuverability. 

“Vistiq adds another compelling EV to the Cadillac lineup, reinforcing our commitment to an electric future,” said John Roth, vice president of Global Cadillac. “Our brand now has an EV entry in most luxury segments, offering customers a range of choices, and Cadillac EVs will cover most luxury SUV segments across critical global markets in the next two years.”

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


  1. Sorry, but “Vistiq” sounds like something you polish floors and furniture with. Otherwise, it’s a nice-looking SUV.

  2. Nice looking suv but it needs ice to make me buy one!😢👎

    • Cadillac still has gas cars for sale.

    • I couldn’t agree more !!!!

  3. Unless Cadillac goes back to building ice cars that people want.. this will be my last Cadillac. Never will I purchase an electric car.

    • Unless you want to keep your gas cars forever (or when you or the car passes on), by 2035 you cannot buy any new gas cars. No one will make gas powered cars after 2035. Anyway, do a test drive in an electric and you will be converted! Plus you save thousands of dollars every year from maintenance and gas. We who have photovoltaic energy at our homes can drive for free!

      • That’s a pretty tall order. Although I drive 2 bevs and 1 plugin hybrid, most people purchase ice and at most want a hybrid power train.

        More ICE were made in 2022 and 2023 then on any years previously

        It’s Big 3 EVs that are having to have production, not ices.

  4. Halve

  5. Hopefully, within the next 3-4 years next gen batteries and maybe even next gen electric motors will make electric cars more practical, safe and affordable. As of now, I believe they are none of the above.


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