Cadillac President Steve Carlisle outlined the brand’s electrification plans to journalists on Thursday in Detroit, making the bold statement that Cadillac could be an EV-only brand by 2030. (Key word there is could.)
Cadillac is entering the new decade as an internal combustion engine brand, but the end of the 2020s will be “the end of the ICE age,” as Carlisle joked. The brand will be in a position by 2030 to go fully electric — and if consumer demand is there, it will. At the very least, the majority of Cadillacs sold by then will be electric, with the brand’s focus completely on EVs.
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