GM announced today that production examples of the ELR coupe are on their way to the dealers.
Built at GM’s Hamtramck factory that also assembles the Chevrolet Volt that shares a similar chassis and power train, these initial shipments will be the first examples of the Cadillac ELR intended for customers (all the ones we’ve seen so far have been pre-production examples).
So, if you have $75k+ burning a hole in your pocket and you’d love the latest in electric most of the time/gas when you need it from General Motors – talk to your local Cadillac salesperson and let them know you want to see it when it gets in.
The Cadillac ELR is GM’s latest example of their electric range-extended vehicle technology and comes packed in unique Cadillac sheet metal with a full Cadillac interior with CUE infotainment as well as Cadillac exclusive features such as full-LED lighting and Cadillac’s suite of safety technology such as Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, the Safety Alert Seat.
Source: GM Fastlane