The future of Cadillac is electric. As in, electric vehicles! Cadillac is looking to the future with an array of luxury electric models. Whether you're searching for a versatile electric family SUV or you're in the market for a lavish personal commuter, drivers can look to the future Cadillac model lineup with confidence!

Past Cadillac Hybrid Models

The last Cadillac hybrid model to be made was the 2016 Cadillac ELR. Boasting a hybrid engine, dashing exterior design, and a host of tech and comfort features, the Cadillac ELR model deftly mixed versatile Cadillac luxury with notorious Cadillac engineering.

Cadillac ELR Overview

The Cadillac ELR is powered by an AC synchronous electric motor that manages 233 horsepower and 373 pound-feet of torque. The Cadillac ELR touts 39 miles of all-electric driving range, 330-miles with a fully charged battery and a tank of gas, and an estimated 85 miles per gallon efficiency. The ELR includes a continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive capability.

Standard Features

The interior of the Cadillac ELR offers Atlanta drivers a long list of tech and comfort features. Drivers can look forward to standard dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, leather-clad seats, navigation functionality, wireless charging capability, and a host of driver assistance features. Standard driver assistance features available to Atlanta area drivers include blind-zone monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, lane change alert, forward-collision warning, and a rear park assist system. The Cadillac ELR also offers drivers robust performance upgrades in the form of a performance package. The Performance package includes Brembo brakes, a sport steering wheel, and a sport-tuned suspension.

Future Cadillac Electric Vehicles

Cadillac announced that by 2030, they're aiming to be entirely electric. The pivot to all-electric models is further reassured by the announcement of a new all-electric Cadillac crossover model (unnamed as of yet). What we do know about the newly announced Cadillac crossover is that it will be midsized and willy likely launch sometime around 2022.

Beyond midsized - All-electric Cadillac Escalade

Cadillac has announced that the legendary Escalade model will make strides to enter the electric realm at some point in 2021. The eight-passenger SUV provides brawny power, suave exterior design, and a variety of luxury comfort and tech features.

New Features fit for the Modern Age

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade takes infotainment displays to a whole new level with the introduction of a curved OLED screen with more than 38-inches of total diagonal display. The new 2021 Escalade infotainment display will have twice the pixel density of a 4K TV.

Super Cruise

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade also brings the first true hands-free driving-assistance feature for compatible highways! Super Cruise touts a host of enhancements, including lane change on demand capability.

Audio System

With so many futuristic driver assist and infotainment features, it probably comes as little surprise to Atlanta drivers that the Cadillac Escalade comes equipped with a truly lavish high-fidelity audio system. Indeed, Atlanta drivers can look forward to a 36-speaker audio AKG audio system that offers up a 360-degree listening experience.

Classic Interior Elegance

The Escalade touts a robust array of interior trims and upholstery options to enjoy. To be exact, Atlanta drivers can choose from eight combinations of interior trim options and four seat insert designs with varied perforation patterns and stitching.

Proudly Servicing Alpharetta and Johns Creek Drivers

While many questions remain about the freshly announced electric model lineup, Cadillac drivers can look to our team of professionals for assistance! Have a few questions about the 2021 Cadillac Escalade? Just want to see if we have a Cadillac ELR in our inventory? Feel free to reach out our team! Options abound at Classic Cadillac of Atlanta!

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