General Motors invests $81 million in Michigan plant for Celestiq EV

by SpeedLux
General Motors

General Motors is set to make an investment of $81 million for building its future Cadillac Celestiq electric flagship sedan at the automaker’s Warren Technical Center in Michigan, the automaker said on Wednesday.

The Celestiq, which will share battery cells, motors and other parts with the Cadillac Lyriq, is set to start production in the Detroit suburb in 2023.

The model is set to be hand-assembled in extremely low volumes – just 400 units a year.

GM refused to confirm production volumes.

The automaker said the Celestiq, which is expected to sell above $100,000, will be the first production vehicle built at the Warren Tech Center.

The Celestiq will use over 100 3D-printed components, including both structural and cosmetic parts that will be printed in polymer and metal.

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