2014 Cadillac ELR eco-luxe car unveiled at North American International Auto Show

Whoever said luxury cars aren’t meant to be green is completely delusional. Cadillac has recently proven to the world that cars packed with some of the finest automotive inclusions could also be eco-friendly, just like the Cadillac ELR, unveiled at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. An Extended Range Electric Vehicle in essence, the new Cadillac functions as an electric vehicle for the first 35 miles and then switches on to a hybrid mode. In all, this car is capable of going 300 miles before requiring a fresh charge. With regenerative braking modes included the new Cadillac ELR also includes LED headlights, a CUE infotainment system to spoil you, extravagant interiors and a fantastic performance chart.

With 207hp and 295ft-lb of torque the new car will hit production lines this year in Detroit. Also, the new Cadillac ELR is expected to show up at dealerships only next year. The manufacturer has kept pricing details in regards to this luxurious hybrid car under wraps.

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