In the News: 2025 Cadillac Optiq Gets Rave Reviews

2025 Cadillac Optiq EV approaches luxury EV CUV perfection

Cadillac recently introduced its newest entry into the EV crossover foray; the Optiq, and several automotive critics raved about the new crossover vehicle. Car and Driver used the word “perfection,” MotorTrend said it offers “great optics” and called it the “mini-SUV of the future.” The new Optiq has a streamlined trim lineup, consisting of all-wheel drive, 300 horsepower, and an 85 kwh battery across the board. This enables up to 300 miles of range in ideal conditions, along with fast-charging. All variants include a 33-inch curved display, glass roof, 19-speaker AKG audio, and 3 years of Super Cruise. Pricing starts at $54,000.

‘Affordable’ Kia EV3 will have over 300 miles of range

The Kia EV3 has launched globally and has been confirmed to reach the US eventually.  The EV3 will come with an advanced new Chat-GPT powered AI assistant, capable of trip planning, entertainment, and low-level vehicle control (climate, volume, etc).  On Europe’s generous WLTP cycle, this new Kia is estimated to have up to 373 miles of range, with an up to 81.4kwh battery.  The head-unit will be powered by LG’s webOS auto platform, rather than the outgoing android-based system.  It is expected that the model will start around $30,000.


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