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All Electric Cadillac CT6? Or just slow on the draw (CT6 PHEV)

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“You have to integrate the whole car. We feel really good about that,” said Reuss, who noted GM will soon introduce a plug-in electric vehicle that can run on pure electric power that is based on the Cadillac CT6 and a Buick extended range electric vehicle similar to the Chevrolet Volt.

Note that he says pure electric power and implies it's not like a Volt.

The way it's worded could be taken 2 ways, but this interview is post CT6 PHEV release.
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It doesn't matter, I think I still want one. Unfortunately the damn car is sold in Arkansas and not Illinois.
It's a weird car. The drive is super smooth and the tech is outstanding. However, while it has lots of passenger space it also has a a very small trunk. So small that it's off putting to me, and I usually use the trunk for carrying a few baskets of strawberries. At the same time it also has a heads up display, ACC, lots of safey features, and infraed vision for dark nights or fog. At once perfect and imperfect for long drives, it leaves you wondering what specific use pattern would be well served by the design.

An AWD BEV version with a flat rear floor would be sweet.
I'd much rather deal with a small trunk than DC charging. I have a hard time seeing this as a BEV for the same reason I've always thought the Model S was an odd car -- you want a big car for long trips not local driving but the limited battery range rules makes long trips difficult at the least.
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