These could be the four Cadillac Celestiq trim levels

Cadillac hopes to re-establish itself as the'standard of the world' with the all-electric Celestiq. Based on recently filed trademarks, several trim levels will be available.

Cadillac has trademarked the names Celestiq Aurora, Celestiq Magnetic, Celestiq Mist, and Celestiq Vale, sparking speculation that these could be four EV variants.

It's unclear which of these names will be used for the Celestiq's entry-level, mid-level, and flagship models, but they all sound good.

Cadillac only showed the Celestiq concept, but the flagship version could cost $300,000. That puts it above the $212,000 Bentley Flying Spur W12 and close to the $311,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost.

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The production model will use Cadillac's Ultium EV architecture, which underpins the Lyriq, Chevrolet Blazer, and Chevrolet Silverado EV. Unknown is the Celestiq's power and number of electric motors. It's likely to have more than the Lyriq's 500 hp.

EV technologies are confirmed. The dashboard has a 55-inch digital display, and the rear headrests have two HD touchscreens. Rear center console has another display.

Cadillac's new Celestiq will debut in late 2023 or early 2024 before 2025MY sales.