Cadillac Converj: The First Ever ELR Electric Car Based

Thursday, March 22, 2012 | comments

Green Cars have been talk of mouths in the auto industry these days .However Reports broke the that General Motors had decided to produce a version of its Cadillac Converj concept. Here is the overview of the said vehicle.  At the 2009 Detroit auto show where it was unveiled, the Converj was called an “extended-range electric vehicle” — the same description G.M. applied to the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid. The volt was actually the counterpart of the leaf which definitely produces sales for the General Motors.

In line with this ths sytem has been used for the cadillac converj. The vehicle would be the first G.M. production vehicle to use one of his company’s battery packs. He described the coming unit for G.M. as “a large energy pack, bigger than the 16-kilowatt-hour battery in the Volt.Exclusively to Wheels, however, a G.M. spokesman, Rob Peterson, confirmed in an e-mail that while the Converj was at least under consideration, batteries from the company’s new supplier were destined for other projects.

According to Mr. Forcier, the new pack will be ready for production by the end of 2012.Volt-based crossover MPV5 concept at the Beijing auto show in 2010. That would fall neatly into a strategy announced by Daniel F. Akerson, the company’s chairman and chief executive, to whittle its number of vehicle platforms as a means of cutting the production.

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