You almost have to pity the Cadillac ELR range-extended electric coupe: It's a very pretty car with luxurious appointments, but no one wants to buy it. And if the rumors that now-departed General Motors CEO Dan Akerson personally set its initial price at $75,000 are true, you have to wonder how it might have done if launched at a considerably lower price. Regardless, the ELR is now a product on Death Row, and it will likely vanish sooner than later--making it even rarer than the Chevrolet Spark EV among GM electric cars. DON'T MISS: 2016 Cadillac ELR: More Performance, More Range, Lower Price...
Camouflaged 2014 Cadillac ELR Teaser Photo Released By GM
For years, spy photographers made a living shooting camouflaged test cars for eager fans. Now the auto companies are doing it themselves. GM today released a photo of the 2014 Cadillac ELR on the road in Southern California, covered in camo, as its second teaser shot for the electric luxury coupe...John Voelcker
GM's Second Electric Car After Chevy Volt To Be Cadillac Converj
General Motors will follow its 2011 Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric car with a production version of the Cadillac Converj concept car revealed at this year's Detroit Auto Show. It's been an open question for a while now: What will be the next vehicle to use GM's Voltec series hybrid...John Voelcker