AAH #626 – Cadillac Celestiq EV: The Inside Story From The Chief Engineer

December 8th, 2022 at 2:57pm

Listen to “AAH #626 – Cadillac Celestiq EV: The Inside Story From The Chief Engineer” on Spreaker.

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GUEST:
Tony Roma, CELESTIQ Chief Engineer

TOPIC:
Cadillac’s hand-built, $300,000 luxury car is a masterpiece of low-volume manufacturing and technology. How did they do it? Tony Roma, the chief engineer, talks about how the program came together and how Cadillac figured out what it had to do and how to do it. Also on the show: Frank Markus from Motor Trend and Richard Truett from Automotive News.

PANEL:
Frank Markus, MotorTrend
Richard Truett, Automotive News
John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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3 Comments to “AAH #626 – Cadillac Celestiq EV: The Inside Story From The Chief Engineer”

  1. Bob Gurr Says:

    Brilliant presentation! Tony has given us a deeper peek into potentially fantastic materials and processes. Beyond just the subject car.

  2. wmb Says:

    Thanks fellas great show! Very insightful and has me looking forward to seeing one out on the road, in the wild!

  3. Pete Nico Says:

    Very well done by all! Really appreciate the insight Tony provides. Having been part of past gm vehicle processes, many of Tony’s comments bring back some fond memories! Very exciting to see automotive engineering taken to the next level.