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GM unveils electric Cadillac Converj concept at the Detroit auto show

Sun, 11 Jan 2009

General Motors pulled perhaps a surprise at the Detroit Auto Show Sunday morning, unveiling an eye-catching two-door Cadillac concept powered by a "future evolution" of the Chevrolet Volt's electric powertrain.

Called the Converj, the Cadillac will have a range of 40 miles on electricity, with a potential total range of 700 miles after a generator kicks in. GM says the powertrain, formerly known as E-Flex, is now called Voltec, and could be used in a variety of applications.

The car is marked by a prominent grille, stunning head lights and taillights and dramatic flowing lines.

"The Voltec environmental technology we're developing is flexible, and can meet the expectations of luxury buyers," said GM vice chairman Bob Lutz.

Detroit Auto Show News

By Greg Migliore