The 2014 Cadillac ELR, Cadillac’s upcoming sporty, classy-looking E-car, which hits the dealerships this coming January, sure is good looking and environmentally responsible. Cadillac considers the Tesla Model S as the ELR’s main competition. According to our local Miami Cadillac source, Williamson Cadillac, the ELR has not yet arrived at the dealership, however you can go ahead and reserve your all-new ELR, with an MSRP starting at $75,000, and going as low as $68,495 after Federal tax savings. While the price tag of this latest E-car to arrive on the market is quite heftier compared to others, there is a reason for that. For one, it’s a Cadillac. The vehicles produced by the automaker fall nothing sort of ultimate luxury. Take the ELR’s cabin, for example. You will find exquisite, handcrafted touches throughout and unexpected materials that rival those found in the finest homes. The sculpted exterior is the perfect integration of form and function. And technology found in the ELR is at the top of the game, especially with its advanced electric drive propulsion system designed to move you far into the future. The ELR’s powertrain is essentially the same as that of the Chevy Volt. Both cars use a 16.5-kWh lithium-ion battery and 1.4 liter engine. However, the ELR’s the combined horsepower and torque beat the Volt – the latter vehicle puts out 149 horspower and 273 foot pounds of torque, while the ELR has sharpened that up to 154 horsepower with 295 foot pounds of torque. The ELR is also great looking, prestigious, and promises to have great fuel economy. If you have the cash, Cadillac has a neat a EV for you. People will probably envy your ability to buy this snazzy and stylish eco-responsible vehicle. The ELR is expected to arrive in select Cadillac showrooms in early 2014.
Bilal Amjad is a professional content writer and learning latest web trends. I love to drive cars and happy to write on cars related topics.
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