The Celestiq represents Cadillac's future plans to sell only electric vehicles by 2030.

There was a slim trim piece above the charging door on a camouflaged prototype seen in recent US testing.

The concept car also shares the 23-inch Michelin Pilot Sport EV tires, which fit perfectly inside the wheel wells.

There are visible front lighting elements on the camo'd prototype, whereas placeholder lights can be seen on the rear.

Cadillac recently revealed a concept with much pomp and circumstance, which included a rear entertainment system.

Celestiq's all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering have also been confirmed based on the BEV3 platform.

Celestiq will be a five-door liftback, instead of a four-door sedan.

Tesla's annual delivery will be less than 500 units, which is not much. In contrast, Celestiq is not intended to pad the automaker's pocket.

Cadillac plans to price its full-electric flagship at $300,000

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