Cadillac Celestiq Won’t Be Built In RHD Configuration
The Cadillac Celestiq, the company's brand-new flagship sedan model, is a significant car that highlights Caddy's shift to an all-electric powertrain.
According to a recent remark made by Cadillac Celestiq Chief Engineer Tony Roma,
the Cadillac Celestiq will not be offered in right-hand drive even if it will be marketed abroad.
The Cadillac Celestiq's possible driving options were one of the topics that Chief Engineer Roma answered during a recent appearance on Autoline After Hours.
The Celestiq will only be available in left-hand drive, but Roma claims it will be offered in right-hand drive regions as well.
Right-hand drive is not planned, according to Roma. We'll sell in Japan and the UK,
but we'll do so with left-hand drive vehicles that have right-hand lighting.