Cadillac now teases the interior of the Celestiq concept

Vlad, 22 June 2022

Cadillac is now in full-on teaser mode for its upcoming Celestiq concept, which will be fully revealed next month. A production car based on it will arrive in 2025, so this is a glimpse into the future of the brand, which wants to take on the Tesla Model S and the Mercedes EQS. Well, what we've seen so far are teasers of a glimpse into the future of the brand. And the teasing continues.

Today we have four shots from the inside of the concept car, each focusing on a specific detail. First, we can gawk at the console between the seats, which is gloss black and has a metal-looking dial near the center. There's some storage space inside, which you can access by a metallic-looking lid. The inside of the storage space is upholstered in the same red hue as the seats, in a nice touch.

Cadillac now teases the interior of the Celestiq concept

Then we have the seat controls in the door panel, with a metallic finish over a perforated black section. The circular button might be there to control the windows.

Cadillac now teases the interior of the Celestiq concept

Here's a look at one of the seats, which has a variety of leathers or leather-like materials, with burgundy sections in the outer areas, and perforated strips in the middle section with brighter red accents in a chevron shape. Beneath the headrest there's a brushed metal part for some reason.

Cadillac now teases the interior of the Celestiq concept

Finally, we have what looks like a speaker grille, although it's pretty hard to figure out where this fits. In a door panel perhaps? July can't come soon enough, so we can see the Celestiq in its entirety.

Cadillac now teases the interior of the Celestiq concept

Based on previously outed info, we know that the car will have a full-width screen across the dashboard, and the entire roof will be glass, with four individually dimmable zones. The Celestiq is using GM's Ultium platform, which also underpins the Lyriq.

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