It's hard to define the Cadillac ELR. The rich brother of the previous generation Chevrolet Volt semi-electric car, the ELR applies the same basic technology to a rakish luxury coupe. While the concept is compelling, the end result just doesn't add up to the heady sticker price.
Like the first generation Volt, the ELR recharges from the wall and will go up to 40 miles on battery power, and it has a small 84-hp gas engine to generate the electric drive for longer trips. The ELR also uses the old Volt's 17.1-kWh lithium battery pack. It takes five hours to recharge. The gas engine adds another 300 miles of range.
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