GM’s Wuling Starlight Unveils Cadillac Celestiq and Kia EV6 Design Elements

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General Motors, by means of its Chinese partnership with SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW), gave us a sneak peek at eye-catching renderings of a sleek and attractive station wagon that we, unfortunately, won’t have the chance to experience. This particular model is the wagon version of the Wuling Starlight, which was recently spotted on China’s Autohome website.

Upon first glance, the front end seems to have been inspired by Cadillac’s design portfolio, specifically the cutting-edge Cadillac Celestiq. This luxurious electric vehicle, which began production just last month, offers a multitude of customization options. However, upon closer inspection, the back end bears a striking resemblance to the recently revamped Kia EV6. Surprisingly, this fusion of styles creates a visually appealing look, exuding a sense of athleticism that we absolutely adore.

The Wuling Starlight Estate is derived from the midsized sedan model that was introduced last year and operates solely on electric power. Yet, it is also possible to acquire this model as a plug-in hybrid, equipped with a 1.5-liter gasoline engine and an electric motor. Although it remains uncertain which version will be offered in this wagon edition, it would be logical to have both options available.

Compared to its sedan counterpart, the wagon version boasts noticeable differences such as expanded rear quarter windows and distinctive wheel designs. Additionally, a set of roof rails is included, capable of supporting a sizable storage box, which could potentially be an add-on for those seeking additional cargo space.

No interior visuals were revealed, however one can speculate that it provides ample space. Comparatively, the Wuling Starlight sedan has a cargo capacity of 540 liters, slightly exceeding 19 cubic feet. Additionally, the sedan boasts collapsible front seats which can fold completely flat – a feature that is expected for the wagon. In terms of technology, the vehicle is equipped with a 15.6-inch touchscreen for infotainment, paired with an 8.8-inch digital display for instrument cluster.

Once more, these are merely mock-ups, therefore specific information such as cost and release date may still be subject to change. However, judging by its appearance, this potential model is likely to be well-received. If only station wagons were still in demand in the United States.

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