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GM to Build New Celestiq EV in Michigan

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June 22, 2022—General Motors earlier this month announced it would build its new Celestiq EV in Michigan.

According to a report from the Detroit Free Press, the automaker said it will invest $81 million into its Global Technical Center in Warren to upgrade and install new equipment on the campus to build the EV.

Intended to be the brand's flagship electric vehicle, the Celestiq will be a limited-run vehicle and will be all hand-built.

“Celestiq signifies a new, resurgent era for the brand,” GM President Mark Reuss said per the report. “Today’s investment announcement emphasizes our commitment to delivering a world-class Cadillac with nothing but the best in craftsmanship, design, engineering and technology.” 

GM has not disclosed specifics as to where on the campus the Celestiq will be built, other than there are "two primary locations" where manufacturing will happen.

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