Cadillac shows off its nameless-for-now first full electric

2020 Cadillac XT6

2020 Cadillac XT6

The General Motors (GM) subsidiary recently showcased a few pictures teasing enthusiasts with what looks like a full-blown electric SUV.

The new Cadillac SUV will also be the first vehicle built on GM's forthcoming BEV3 chassis platform.

Along with the electric vehicle renderings, Cadillac also played a computer animation depicting its vision for a future autonomous SUV with a steering wheel that folds away into the dashboard.

Silent by nature and nameless for now, Cadillac's first EV will ride on modular electric architecture shared throughout the General Motors family.

Cadillac also announced a new XT6 crossover and shared plans for a revised Escalade and a performance sedan. However, these are mere speculations, with no official confirmation given by the company.

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One of the last brands to go electric is the Toyota-owned Lexus, who doesn't have an EV in their lineup, though they do have a successful range of hybrids.

While we have images of the EV, we don't have any names, trims, specs, no additional details.

Cadillac's electric crossover is expected to be a mid-size model created to take on the Tesla Model X and offer buyers the choice of two or three rows of seats.

Cadillac President Steve Carlisle promised that the new model "will bring together luxury and innovation".

Cadillac's EV will be offered in both two- and all-wheel drive configurations globally and will use a rather unique battery architecture. Its most critical components - including the battery cells - are being designed for maximum usability across all programs.

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