However, the crowning jewel of all this futuristic tech will be the Celestiq’s additive components. That means complex 3D printing, and apparently, the Celestiq will use more than 100 of them, the most of any GM production vehicle. GM says that includes both structural and cosmetic parts made of both polymers and metals.
Moreover, that means customers will actually be able to see the 3D-printed parts on their cars. We’re not sure what that means for the “hand-built” moniker, but it’s sure impressive. Caddy says additional images of the Celestiq are coming this summer, with a reveal set for late July and we are so ready to be there.