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Cadillac teases production ELR ahead of Detroit Auto Show

Posted Dec 18th 2012 10:59AM

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General Motors has just confirmed that the 2014 Cadillac ELR will make its official debut next month at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. We've already seen the ELR testing earlier this year using the same range-extended electric drive system as the Chevrolet Volt, and based on the shadowy image above, we're happy to see that the coupe's styling has stayed pretty true to 2009 Converj Concept.

The two-door ELR will be built alongside the Volt at GM's Detroit-Hamtramck plant starting later next year. Aside from this info, Cadillac has remained tight-lipped on the specific details of the car. But all that will all change on January 15.

Until then, all we have to offer you is the press release posted after the jump.

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2012-12-18

DETROIT – The all-new 2014 Cadillac ELR extended-range electric luxury coupe will make its world debut January 15 at the North American International Auto Show.

Based on the Converj concept, ELR combines dramatic design with industry-leading extended range electric vehicle technology in a unique luxury coupe.

Cadillac has been a leading luxury auto brand since 1902. In recent years, Cadillac has engineered a historic renaissance led by artful engineering and advanced technology.

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News Source: General Motors

Image Credit: Spy shots copyright 2012 KGP Photography

Category: Electric,Luxury,Coupe,Cadillac,Spy Photos,Design/Style,Detroit Auto Show

Tags: 2012 detroit auto show, 2014 cadillac elr, cadillac, detroit, detroit 2012, elr, range extended electric vehicle

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