CADILLAC CT6 PHEV
The Cadillac CT6 PHEV’s fuel economy, released for the Chinese market, to be more than double that of the car’s conventional engine offerings. The CT6 has a battery capacity of 18.4kWh, which the largest of any luxury sedan PHEV at the time. The CT6 PHEV battery system will use an active thermal control system that maintains electric range over the battery system’s life. The CT6 PHEV will feature iBooster and ESP-hev regenerative blended braking and three driving modes – Normal, Sport, and Hold.
CADILLAC CT6 PHEV SPECS
CADILLAC CT6 PHEV SALES
Go to our detailed breakdown of Global EV Sales to see how the Cadillac CT6 electric car fares to its competitors in the fast-growing EV market.
THE CADILLAC CT6 PHEV IN THE NEWS
Week 24 2018 - Cadillac CT6 PHEV gets Super Cruise
GM China announced at the China CES that the Cadillac CT6 PHEV would be its first car to be equipped with the Super Cruise advanced driving system in the country. GM will include the system in other models from 2020. The system applies driver attention monitoring and alerting systems, cameras, lidar map data and sensors to allow for auto-pilot capabilities on highways.
Not sure which model EV to choose?
wattEV2Buy’s easy to use EV Select tool helps identify which electric vehicle is perfect for your specific requirements. EV Select compare electric vehicles battery electric range over various vehicle types. Within four clicks you can get the perfect luxury sedan able to drive your required distance on battery power.
Unsure what the charging cost will be?
wattEV2Buy’s easy to use Charging Cost Calculator compare electric vehicles charging cost in your state and relate it to equivalent gasoline cost. The charging cost calculator also allows you to be specific and customize your electricity cost in kWh and provide results in miles and kilometers, making it usable all over the world.
#Top5 #EVNews Week 11/2019 – Geely takes aim at Model 3 | Lots of new EVs | demand for EVs the Trojan horse for Chinese auto brands
#Top5 #EVNews Week 9/2019 – Will the $35k Tesla Model 3 make some EV models obsolete? | Flood of of new PHEVs | Hyundai feeling the pinch of electrification
#Top5 #EVNews Week 8/2019 – RIP Chevrolet Volt | Used EV market taking off | True Tesla Auto Pilot is here, but not yet |