YOUR EV LIFE

Here, in this space, you will discover that an electric vehicle is not just possible but totally doable. It will fit into your everyday life—the quick stops at the store, the drives to the family cabin. An EV will be easier than you imagined. Better than you imagined.

And it all begins here, with Cadillac.

YOU’RE IN CHARGE

Accelerating past your once go-to gas station has never felt so freeing.

HOME CHARGING

SIMPLE AND SEAMLESS


Charging at home is just like plugging in your smartphone at the end of the day. Simple, seamless and dare we say, so very smart.

RECOMMENDED:
240-VOLT

AT-HOME CHARGING UNIT

UP TO

52 MILES OF RANGE

PER HOUR OF CHARGE

RANGE IN MOTION

That fall road trip across the Northeast. Living in an apartment without a charging station in your building. That spontaneous get in the car and go. Yes, it’s all possible.

So, where are you going?

ULTIUM BATTERY

RANGE. POWER. FLEXIBILITY.


Powered by the Ultium battery platform, Cadillac EVs will have the combined range, power and flexibility to help reach our goal of an all-electric, zero tailpipe emissions future by 2030.

HOME CHARGING

Ultium Batteries and Propulsion System Highlights


  • GM's new Ultium batteries are unique in the industry because the large-format, pouch-style cells can be stacked vertically or horizontally inside the battery pack. This allows engineers to optimize battery energy storage and layout for each vehicle design.
  • Ultium energy options range from 50 to 200 kWh, which could enable a GM-estimated range up to 400 miles or more on a full charge with 0 to 60 mph acceleration as low as 3 seconds. Motors designed in-house will support front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive and performance all-wheel drive applications.
  • Ultium-powered EVs are designed for Level 2 and DC fast charging. Most will have 400-volt battery packs and up to 200 kW fast-charging capability while our truck platform will have 800-volt battery packs and 350 kW fast-charging capability.

GM's flexible, modular approach to EV development will drive significant economies of scale and create new revenue opportunities, including: 

  • Continuous Improvement in Battery Costs: GM's joint venture with LG Chem will drive battery cell costs below $100/kWh. The cells use a proprietary low cobalt chemistry and ongoing technological and manufacturing breakthroughs will drive costs even lower.
  • Flexibility: GM's all-new global platform is flexible enough to build a wide range of trucks, SUVs, crossovers, cars and commercial vehicles with outstanding design, performance, packaging, range and affordability.
  • Capital Efficiency: GM can spend less capital to scale its EV business because it is able to leverage existing property, including land, buildings, tools and production equipment such as body shops and paint shops.
  • Complexity Reduction: The vehicle and propulsion systems were designed together to minimize complexity and part counts beyond today's EVs, which are less complex than conventional vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. For example, GM plans 19 different battery and drive unit configurations initially, compared with 550 internal combustion powertrain combinations available today.
  • Rising Customer Acceptance: Third-party forecasters expect U.S. EV volumes to more than double from 2025 to 2030 to about 3 million units on average. GM believes volumes could be materially higher as more EVs are launched in popular segments, charging networks grow and the total cost of ownership to consumers continues to fall.
  • New Sources of Revenue: By vertically integrating the manufacture of battery cells, the company can reach beyond its own fleet and license technology to others.

The first generation of GM's future EV program will be profitable. The initial programs will pave the way for further accretive growth. GM's technology can be scaled to meet customer demand much higher than the more than 1 million global sales the company expects mid-decade.

COMPARE THE COSTS OF DRIVING ELECTRIC VS. GAS

CONFIDENCE WITHOUT COMPROMISE

There’s no question: safety is just as important as performance. Your EV will have both.

OVERALL SAFETY

All electric vehicles must meet the equivalent safety standards as today's traditional gas or diesel vehicles.

WET CONDITIONS-YES YOU CAN

You can drive in wet and stormy weather and take your EV through the car wash-just like you would in a traditional gas or diesel vehicle.

THE ALL-ELECTRIC LYRIQ

BOLDNESS BECOMES YOU


Introducing the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ—the first in our lineup of all-electric Cadillac vehicles. Finally, an EV as iconic as you.

How Can We Help?

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    2001 N Collins St
    Arlington, TX 76011

    • Sales: 877-880-5178
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