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Cadillac ELR: Luxury Coupe has electric propulsion

The prototype innovative Converj Cadillac, a spectacular luxury equips cutting technology has autonomy prolonged electric motor skills, gains access to the production line as the ELR model Cadillac.

As the development of the ELR is just underway, details as to its performance, price and marketing will be announced later.

The Cadillac ELR will acquire a electric propulsion system consists of a lithium-ion battery in the form of T, an electric drive unit and a cylinder-engine generatrice 4. It will use electricity as the primary source to drive the car without fuel or producing tailpipe emissions. When the energy of the battery is low, the ELR automatically switches to allow autonomy prolonged rolling hundreds of additional kilometers.

 "The prototype creates an immediate enthusiasm," stated Don Butler, vice president of marketing for Cadillac. "Like other Cadillac models highlights of the past, the ELR will offer fruits and vegetables - the combination of electric propulsion, a spectacular design and driving pleasure cutter luxury. "

Cadillac selected the name ELR to indicate the electric propulsion technology of the car, in conformity with the international naming convention has three letters of the mark.

The Converj prototype has brought forth the idea to combine the desirable character of a grand touring cut electrification has to emphasize Ed Welburn, vice president - GM Global Design.

"Unable to confuse the vehicle has another brand that Cadillac with its dynamic sloped forward, a modern vision of a personal luxury 2 cup + 2 single figure" added Mr. Welburn.

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