NEXT STAGE: New in 2023
Cadillac’s flagship electric sedan is expected to go on sale next year. It will be hand-built in small quantities at GM’s Global Technical Center in Warren, Mich. GM plans to invest $81 million to build the Celestiq at the tech center, which has been GM’s engineering and design hub since the 1950s. GM expects that the Celestiq will have the highest volume of 3D-printed materials of any GM production vehicle.
It plans to 3D-print more than 100 parts, including structural and cosmetic items made of polymer and metal.
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