2016 Cadillac ELR Coupe Review & Ratings | Edmunds

2016 Cadillac ELR Coupe

The ELR operates only on electricity for about 40 miles before the gas-fired engine kicks in to recharge the batteries and keep things going. However, the ELR starts at $65,995—considerably more than the Volt. That premium is hard to justify, which is why ELR production has ended.Cadillac’s large CT6 large sedan in Los Angeles. “But we don’t plan further investment” [in the ELR].

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It’s astonishing to look at, beautifully crafted inside and out, and the first electric-hybrid Cadillac since…ever. Yet under the glitz is the heart of the Chevrolet Volt and its front-drive chassis.Cadillac ELR production recently concluded. A very small quantity of ELR units remain available at dealers today,” said Caldwell. “The beautifully designed electrified coupe marked an important step in Cadillac’s ongoing expansion. Cadillac remains committed to delivering new technology, including advanced propulsion. Cadillac will soon launch a new Plug-In Hybrid edition of the remarkable new CT6 sedan.



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