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New Cadillac EV to be based on flexible battery architecture
Speaking at a recent event for investors, GM President Mark Reuss confirmed that the company will unveil a new Cadillac EV in April, and predicted that Cadillac will offer “mostly electric vehicles by the end of this decade.”
The e-Caddy will be the first model built on GM’s next-generation electric architecture, which Reuss described as a flexible platform that will enable the production of a wide variety of models with different sizes of battery packs.
The new architecture “allows us to use as many battery packs as the vehicle specifications call for,” said Reuss. “Six for a smaller EV, or we can go up to 8, 10, 12, or even 24 [modules] stacked on top of each other.” He compared the system to an ice-cube tray: “You can put in as much water to make as many cubes as you need.”
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