General Motors’ new model, the Cadillac Converj, is an exciting luxury twist on highly anticipated Chevrolet Volt. The Converj, just like the Volt (using Voltec technology), is able to travel 40 miles, or 64 km, on a single charge - a distance within most Americans’ daily commutes.
A luxury version of this vehicle - under the Cadillac brand - shows GM’s priorities about moving to fuel efficient vehicles. Gone are the days where the auto show is about size and power. Details are not yet available, but there’s no doubt that the Cadillac Converj will turn many heads at this year’s North American International Auto Show.
Brand new photos of the Cadillac Converj have been added within 10 minutes of the reveal at the NAIAS. Cadillac’s new electric car is the highlight of the auto show so far.
GM Builds Cadillac Converj
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