Cadillac officially unveiled images of its all-new electric SUV at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Although Cadillac didn’t roll out a production-ready electric SUV, the automaker shared teaser images that showed off its aggressive styling. The teaser images show off sharp angles and a blunt nose with thin headlights, giving the SUV an intimidating stare, while athletic wheels give it a bold stance. Sweeping lines, clean cuts on each side, and a sophisticated grille lend a sense of luxury to its sleek design.
Cadillac confirmed that the model will hit the market within the next few years. The presentation gave no details about the new SUV’s name, pricing, drivetrain, or release date.
While many American consumers still demand combustion engine SUVs, electric SUVs represent a growing niche for automakers. An electric Cadillac SUV will fill a gap in the market and appeal to environmentally conscious drivers with a desire for high-end luxury. When it rolls on to dealership lots, the electric Cadillac SUV will take on competition like the Tesla Model X and the Jaguar I-PACE.
Cadillac wasn’t too heavy on the details when it officially unveiled teaser images of the upcoming electric SUV. The automaker didn’t share any pricing, drivetrain, or release date information.
While an electric SUV won’t arrive anytime soon at Bradshaw Cadillac, we have plenty of gas-powered luxury SUVs in stock right now.