Cadillac has fully revealed its upcoming flagship electric car, the Celestiq. Designed with the intention of rivaling the best Europe has to offer, the Celestiq will be built on GM's Ultium EV platform and will showcase Cadillac's entry into the ultra-luxury market. A rumored six-figure price tag is expected for the hand-build Celestiqs, producing around 500 cars per year at GM's Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, and utilizing manufacturing tech like 3D printing. The styling uses familiar Cadillac cues in a long, low fastback silhouette, with a pillar-to-pillar display and four-zone transparent roof that can be darkened individually. Performance and drivetrain details haven't been released as yet.