We can’t quite tell what light we’re looking at based on the image, but whatever light it may be, it packs some detail. The light, presumably a taillight, looks to be LED. It’ll feature some sort of lined pattern, likely pointing towards a Caddy badge on the rear trunk. As for the final photo, we can’t tell what it is. Perhaps interior trim? Either way, it’s made of metal and looks luxurious.
For now, we know that the Celestiq will make use of GM’s Ultra Cruise autonomous driving software, and should be showing up sometime in early 2022. At this rate, that means soon. It’s already June, after all. The Celestiq will ride on GM’s Ultium EV architecture and should present a solid alternative to the likes of the EQS and the Audi e-tron GT.