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10 Biggest News Stories of the Month: Cadillac Celestiq EV Shoots for Stars, Hits Honda CR-V | News

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First, we got the Cadillac Lyriq SUV in the GM luxury brand’s burgeoning electric vehicle lineup — and now, with the just-unveiled Celestiq, we get to hear even more of the song. In one of Cars.com’s most popular news articles of the past month, we went through the details about the exterior design and interior tweaks of this upcoming Porsche Panamera profile-sporty Cadillac EV.

Related: 2023 Honda CR-V: more power, more space, more hybrid

The Celestiq is an all-electric, four-door, four-wheel drive fastback that rocks retro-futuristic exterior styling, inspired by 1950s Caddies and the “Blade Runner” with a massive grille, deep contours down the sides, a low-slung and elongated stance, and an abundance of LEDs. The Celestiq’s cabin is particularly forward-thinking – especially since those in the front seats can’t take their eyes off the 55-inch LED display that spans the entire width of the dashboard from port to starboard. Continuous lines become a recurring motif as a massive console extends from bow to stern with infotainment displays for both first class and steerage passengers, while the glass roof over the cabin offers customizable transparency to suit the liking of any Celestiq occupant. (Forgive any nautical terms, but since prices are said to be in Rolls-Royce Dawn territory, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to assume buyers own a yacht, too.)

For everything we know so far about the Cadillac Celestiq, follow the link below to Cars.com’s number 4 news story from last month.

The Celestiq may be tempted to stare at the sky, but counting down the most-read articles by Cars.com, its view is blocked by the 2023 Honda CR-V. The 2023 model year revamp of the ultra-popular compact SUV took off. took up two parking spaces in July — including second place, which is a recount of our close-up examination of the new CR-V. Updates include improved forward visibility and a more rectangular shape; physical buttons and buttons for media control; and improved cabin comfort. Our reviewer has only been able to see the CR-V at rest, so we’ll need to contact you about driving impressions upon its expected late summer arrival.

In the meantime, get a better idea of ​​what to expect from the 2023 Honda CR-V with our first impressions by following the link below to the July issue 2 news release. Additionally, head to the number 8 spot for a full preview of the model on the new CR-V.

Plus, we’ve got headlines about the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Hyundai Ioniq 6, and more – so don’t stop reading until the numbers have doubled. Here are the top 10 news stories that Cars.com readers couldn’t get enough of in the past month:

1. Here are the 11 cheapest electric vehicles you can buy

2. 2023 Honda CR-V up close: keeping the competition sharp

3. 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Country Review: Chevy Completes Its Pickup

4. Cadillac Celestiq EV: a high-tech, high-end electric fastback

5. Hyundai Ioniq 6: Expect Range to Rival Tesla

6. What’s the best new car deal for July 2022?

7. BMW: New Heated Seat Subscription Fees Will Not Affect US

8. 2023 Honda CR-V: more power, more space, more hybrid

9. Which vehicles offer integrated booster seats?

10. Which new cars have manual transmissions?

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