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We salute any effort to increase fuel economy and reduce tailpipe emissions—regardless of the size and shape of the vehicle. But the hybrids from Cadillac are hard to take seriously. The combination of conservation and ostentation is weird. The Cadillac Escalade Hybrid is a $70,000 17-foot-long vehicle that can seat eight and offers real-world fuel economy in the high teens. We hope it sells like an extra-large stack of gourmet organic hotcakes. Potential future vehicles, like the Cadillac Provoq—a plug-in hydrogen-electric fuel-cell luxury hybrid concept SUV with his and hers plug-in ports—and the handsome and muscular Cadillac Converj plug-in hybrid concept sedan—complete with solar panel rooftop—could reveal Cadillac’s sustained green direction characterized by an odd blend of unrestrained luxury and tightly constrained efficiency improvements. By the way, what’s with the cute spelling of these hybrid models?

Name Combined MPG Technology MSRP Available
Cadillac Provoq

Cadillac Provoq

Over-the-top plug-in hydrogen-electric fuel-cell luxury hybrid concept SUV.
MPG Hydrogen $ Concept
Cadillac Converj

Cadillac Converj

An angular, sleek, luxury concept version of the Chevrolet Volt.
MPG Plug-in Hybrid $ Concept
2013 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid

2013 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid

Launched in August 2008, the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid sport-utility vehicle is unquestionably the world’s blingiest hybrid.
21 MPG Hybrid $73000 Now
2014 Cadillac ELR Review – Video

2014 Cadillac ELR Review – Video

Cadillac's ELR combines a eye-catching show car body merged with an uprated Chevy Volt powertrain to create a new halo for GM.
33 MPG Extended-Range EV $75995 Now