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Cadillac Converj EV Reportedly in GM's Plans

November 15, 2009

DETROIT --- General Motors Co. has plans to produce the Cadillac Converj, an extended-range electric-powered coupe using the same technology as the Chevrolet Volt, the Detroit News reported. 

The Converj concept car drew plenty of interest at this year's North American International Auto Show. 

The vehicle was included in a Nov. 2 presentation to the automaker's board of directors. 

According to Motor Trend, Converj's drivetrain will be similar to the lithium-ion battery pack and 1.4L four-cylinder engine developed for the Chevy Volt. However, GM is expected to add battery mass to make the Cadillac a more powerful car. The automaker reportedly wants the car on the road by 2011.

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