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Cadillac ELR High-class Vehicle Smashes Cover at NAIAS

First glance at the Cadillac of extended-range power vehicles
The all-new 2014 Cadillac ELR extended-range power luxury coupe will make its world first appearance Jan 15 at the North American International Automatic Show.
Based on the Converj concept, ELR brings together impressive design with industry-leading prolonged variety power vehicle technological innovation in a unique luxury coupe.

Cadillac has been a major luxury auto brand since 1902. Recently, Cadillac has designed a ancient rebirth led by clever technological innovation and advanced technological innovation.
Source : Cadillac (Twitter)

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