CADILLAC ELR PHEV
GM first unveiled the luxury PHEV coupé equipped with a retuned version of the Chevrolet Volt’s drivetrain in 2009 as the Cadillac Converj Concept Vehicle. GM launched the production version in December 2013 for the US and Canadian markets. By the end of 2015 GM has only sold a total of 2,413 units of the Cadillac ELR. Due to low initial sales volumes, the Company skipped the 2015 model year with immediately jumping to the 2016 model at a lower price.The ELR has four drive modes, Tour, Hold, Mountain and Sport
The ELR has four drive modes, Tour, Hold, Mountain, and Sport and a Utility Factor of 65%.
Cadillac ELR PHEV Specs
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