Cadillac New Luxury Cars Celestiq Has Adopted 3D Printing Technology
Cadillac, the luxury brand of General Motors, is launching the 2024 Celestiq, the first luxury electric car to feature 3D printing technology and customization. the company noted that the latest car, which starts at $300,000, is packed with new technology and will eventually increase in price depending on the customer’s “level of personalization. The company describes the Celestiq as the most technologically advanced and luxurious car ever built, and possibly the most expensive.
This is not the first time GM has used 3D printing technology
Cadillac turns to 3D printing technology
Celestiq’s personalization will use extensive 3D printing technology
In addition, buyers may also have the opportunity to have their names engraved on the steering wheel. Meanwhile, window switches, door handles and even console trim will also feature various 3D printed parts.
Among the car’s other designs, Cadillac is also relying on 3D printed parts to improve passenger safety. For example, they also printed adjustable guide rings for seat belts, which are GM’s first safety-related 3D printed parts.
The sedan’s substructure components are also reportedly 3D printed, but the company has yet to reveal more information. However, we can clearly see that this American brand car, is turning more and more to the use of 3D printing technology.
The second electric car under the Cadillac brand