Tuesday, December 18, 2012

2014 Cadillac ELR


The picture on top is a teaser of the production version. The bottom one is last' year's concept.
Seems that so far GM has done a pretty good job at keeping the production car as close to the concept as possible.

I can't wait for this car. Which is pretty much Cadillac's version of the Volt. Let's hope they kept it a hatchback. And maybe added a sunroof option as well...

14 comments:

Tard said...

THIS ELR is what GM should be offering at the Volt's price, and the Volt is what GM should be offering at the Prius price or thereabouts. Then this stuff would sell.

If GM drops a $60k price tag on an upmarket Volt then it will fail also.

Dav said...

Now This Is What I've Been Waiting For... *fingers crossed*

Anonymous said...

Count my words...within one year this will flop like the CTS coupe.

Carl said...

If nobody is buying the Volt, who would buy this?

Anonymous said...

I really hate all the negative people in these comments. Why don't you wait and see before you try and comment on how well it will do.

Dav said...

@ 'Anonymous'

I don't really care what you 'count' especially given that in many areas of the country, outside of the boondocks wherein you likely reside, the CTS/CTS-V Coupe has proven quite popular with those desiring a highly capable (true) luxury compact coupe with distinctive styling that's more than just a 2 door version of some mundane sedan e.g. the BMW 3 Series, C-Class, et al.

Anonymous said...

I've seen quite a few CTS coupes. This ELR is beautiful. They won't sell as many as the Pious. ;-) But that's not going to be the point.

Anonymous said...

Well....I am really moved by all the GM pro bias, but this is going to be another GM product. Meh....!

Anonymous said...

GM has a long road ahead of it to shake its dubious past. So all of you who bemoan the negativity, review GM brand its quality, financial stability etc etc.... it is not pretty. As for this car is nice looking, probably drives well and not sure of it quality. Having said that would still not buy GM given I am already subsidizing this car with my tax dollars.

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:42:

What's your motivation to be such an ass? What do you drive by the way?

Anonymous said...

Does this also have the stupid looking vertical tail lights? I hope not. And, will this look big from outside, but claustrophobic in the inside? And for those buyers from the boondocks, is there going to be a recall of the battery within 4 months from launch? And......

Anonymous said...

What's your motivation to be such an ass? What do you drive by the way?



2011 Mustang GT. What say you bozo?

Anonymous said...

"2011 Mustang GT. What say you bozo?"

Oh okay, for you it's a Ford/GM thing. I have an 04 Audi S4 and a 2013 Range Rover on order. I have no hangups about GM or Ford cars. The CTS-V is amazing.

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