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2014 Cadillac ELR

An overview about 2014 Cadillac ELR with detailed specification, performance, design, price, safety, and 2014 Cadillac ELR photos.

Nearly three years after the launch of the Chevrolet Volt, General Motors corporate cousins Added: 2014 Cadillac ELR. Cadillac marketing forces made every effort to distinguish ELR the Volt, but the two cars are built in the same factory and share the same powertrain: a lithium-ion battery of 16 kilowatt is T-shaped, an electric motor of 111 kWh (149 hp) engine and a 1.4-liter four-cylinder, which is mainly used as a generator.

However ELR features two doors that the Volt. It’s nearly 10 inches longer and an inch wider than the Volt (but riding a wheelbase that is essentially the same), and the swoopy coupe profile height cuts. ELR uses a different suspension components, brakes a little bigger and a wide range of safety and electronic features. Especially, ELR also weighs about 300 pounds more than the Volt.

But the inclined and back fat is mild acute evolving new Cadillac ATS sedan, maybe even a little of what might ATS-V Coupe might seem. Lighting and vertical LED taillights and 20-inch wheels complete the dynamic presence of the ELR. To go in and look, turn the Honda Accord and went directly to the ELR.

ELR offers four modes of driving dynamics. Tour is the default, while Sport sharpens the throttle response, steering and suspension. Mount provides additional power required when the value rises and keeps the driver can switch to gasoline for road congestion and energy conservation for city driving slower.

Prices have not been announced, but expect the beginning ELR north of $ 50,000. Check back for a full review of 2014 Cadillac ELR, including specifications, driving impressions and buying advice as they become available.

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