Cadillac has officially pulled the plug on the ELR

Sales of the Cadillac ELR were doomed from the start, largely because of its $75,000 sticker price and now production has officially stopped.

2016-Cadillac-ELR


While GM has had success with the Chevy Volt that is now well into its second generation, its cousin, the Cadillac ELR hasn’t met the same fate. Sales of the ELR were doomed from the start, largely because of its $75,000 sticker price and now production has officially stopped.
After three short years, production of the Cadillac ELR is done. Cadillac PR manager David Caldwell recently confirmed to HybridCars, ” Cadillac ELR production recently concluded. A very small quantity of ELR units remain available at dealers today.”

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Although the ELR wasn’t a success, Cadillac isn’t giving up on the plug-in hybrid segment, since a plug-in hybrid version of its new GT6 sedan will arrive later this year.

Source: Hybrid Cars