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Someone Spotted This Bright Green Cadillac Celestiq

Someone Spotted This Bright Green Cadillac Celestiq

One of the biggest draws to the Cadillac Celestiq ultra-luxury sedan is the fact that it features an almost infinite number of ways to be customized, as customers can control even the tiniest details, such as which specific tree they want to be used for interior trim elements. That means that the Celestiq can be painted in any color imaginable, and someone recently caught a validation (final testing) unit painted in a very bright green hue.

This chartreuse-colored Cadillac Celestiq has been making the rounds on social media after it was spotted tooling around Woodward Avenue in Michigan. It features a two-tone paint scheme, pairing the almost offensively bright green, officially known as Venom, with a black roof, spoiler, mirror caps and side skirts over black wheels with silver accents. Like it or not, this Celestiq is certainly bright enough to make you stop and stare at an already head-turning vehicle.

Customers are invited to design / customize the Celestiq at the upscale Cadillac House at Vanderbilt. Here, buyers of the Celestiq are guided through every step of their ultra-luxury sedan’s design before the vehicle is assembled at the Artisan Center located on campus, built almost entirely by hand.

Under that chartreuse skin, this Cadillac Celestiq harnesses a 111 kWh battery pack and a dual-motor all-wheel-drive propulsion system, which provides 300 miles of driving range on a single charge while delivering 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque. It rides on the BEV3 platform, which was developed to exclusively underpin battery electric vehicles.

Pricing for the Celestiq starts at $340,000 – though we find it difficult to imagine someone willingly dropping that kind of money on a bright green one.

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

12 Comments

  1. Celestiq the most ridiculous project of Cadillac, why not having something like de BUICK WILDCAT.

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    • I agree. But there’s more: Sedan buyers can’t find a car to buy. They’re either sold out or in transit. Purchase incentives have all but evaporated. We buy new Cadillac Sedans often, but this model year seems to have come and gone with no pizazz. Very disappointing.

      [Full Disclosure: We are loyal GM customers for more than 50 years – in these past two years, it has all gone downhill.]

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  2. The back end of that vehicle is weird. Don’t like it at all

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  3. That is just pure UGLY…what is Cadillac thinking???

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  4. Is that the new Green Hornet vehicle?

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  5. No doubt it is owned by some NBA or NFL player who is basically saying …..”look at me.”

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    • Being a test unit, it’s owned by GM. No Celestiq has been delivered to a customer yet.

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      • It’s a little surprising that GM would choose such a color to test its ultra-luxury car. When they introduced and sold the V-16s in the ’30s (the car that arguably shook the “three Ps” off the podium) they would paint the car any color the customer wanted, but they worked hard to discourage colors that might inspire ridicule or embarrassment for the Cadillac brand.

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  6. There isn’t enough lipstick in the world to make this pig appealing. Mary needs to be fired and a real car person elected to the position. This pig will be great for her Chinese buddies.

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  7. After buying and selling hundreds of vehicles over the last 50 years I learned a lot about colors that sell and not. There’s no such thing as resale green.

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  8. I don’t get it. I love cutting edge styling, but in my book the Celestiq doesn’t make it. Also, it looks like they are continuing with much of that interior fabric material that they introduced on the new Escalade, one of which I own. The fabric wears terribly. It looks five years old, while the leather seats still look new. And the $350 K price to me seems crazy, especially for an electric car with just a 300 mile range in a charging network that is clearly not ready for prime time.

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  9. UGLY, the sedan looks like a 1950 – 1960’s GM Station Wagon with Chevy Chase’s “Vacation” movie car color paint!!! Lol

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