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RSS Official: 2014 Cadillac ELR is making green sexy in Detroit


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Filed under: Detroit Auto Show, Coupe, Hybrid, Cadillac, Electric, Luxury000-2014-cadillac-elr-opt.jpg

In terms of styling, inside and out, the ELR hits the ball out of the park.

Cadillac has pulled the wraps off of its newest family member, the long-rumored, Voltec-powered, eye-catching extended range hybrid coupe called the ELR. The car makes use of the same basic architecture as the Chevrolet Volt, but has been thoroughly layered on with design, technology and performance tuning - with the goal of being a properly situated product for the Cadillac brand.

In terms of styling, inside and out, the ELR hits the ball out of the park. Designers set an aggressive goal of staying as true as possible to the original Converj show car from 2009. The resulting vehicle is, frankly, as sexy a Cadillac as can be found on the road today. A low, fast roofline is handsomely accented by the ELR's strong shoulder line, while the stance is super aggressive thanks to monstrous 20-inch wheels pushed out to the extreme corners of the car. Exterior trim is wrought in either satin chrome or a very subtle black satin chrome (the dark panels inside the egg crate grille wear this finish, as does the outermost frame of the headlights).

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All of a sudden, hybrids look appealing to me.

Agreed, I don't want to see the price tag though, hybrid + Caddy = ouch

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