GM has produced the second car to use the extended-range hybrid powertrain first introduced in the Chevrolet Volt, wrapping the front-wheel-drive hybrid system in a striking two-door Cadillac luxury coupe. The 2014 Cadillac ELR is a 2+2 version of the Volt, but it features a far more luxurious interior, a more sophisticated suspension, 20-inch wheels, and Cadillac's proprietary CUE entertainment and information system. Electric performance should be similar to the Volt, with an approximate 35-mile EV range before the 1.4-liter four-cylinder range-extending motor kicks in, allowing more than 300 miles total range for the ELR.Side-by-Side Comparison
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