Here Are More Cadillac Celestiq Exterior Colors

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There are countless exterior paint colors available for the bespoke 2024 Cadillac Celestiq, as each unit can be fully customized to its buyer’s exact specifications. Images of several unique colors have surfaced already, including a Celestiq wearing a subtle purple called Boysenberry Matte, another painted in flashy red known as Habanero, and a third dressed in garish green appropriately dubbed Venom. More recently, the luxury marque took to social media to give fans a glimpse of a handful of other exterior colors offered for the electric ultra-luxury sedan. 

Vixen Metallic

Aspen Metallic

Nimbus Metallic

Santorini Blue

Infrared Tintcoat

Siku Tintcoat

Six hues were showcased on Cadillac’s Instagram page, starting with Vixen Metallic, which is a bright, metallic fuchsia. Nimbus Metallic tones things down with a soft bluish silver, while Santorini Blue is exactly what it sounds like: a deep, oceanic blue. Aspen Metallic dresses the ultra-luxury sedan in a quiet green, and Siku Tricoat bright and silvery. Finally, Infrared Tintcoat is a familiar Cadillac color, bringing a dark, bloody red to the curves of the Celestiq.

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However, as previously stated, the aforementioned hues only scratch the surface of the unlimited color palette available for the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq, as customers can choose from any color imaginable to make their electric ultra-luxury sedan one-of-one. 

Venom

Regardless of exterior color, the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq rides on the luxury marque’s BEV3 platform and harnesses a 111 kWh battery pack and a dual-motor all-wheel-drive propulsion system, which provides 300 miles of driving range on a single charge while delivering 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque.

Interested customers should expect to shell out at least $340,000 for the Celestiq. The design process is hosted at the Cadillac House at Vanderbilt, which allows buyers to oversee things from start to finish. The Celestiq is built completely by hand (barring certain platform and drivetrain components) at the GM Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, and many of its parts are 3D-printed.

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