A few weeks after the presentation of the Optiq subcompact SUV, Cadillac continues its electric charm operation by revealing the first images of an all-new intermediate SUV which will be positioned between the Lyriq and the Escalade IQ.

The Vistiq, that’s its name, is not accompanied by any technical data at the moment in order to assess its relevance in the manufacturer’s range. That said, images of this family-oriented model with three rows of seats suggest a size similar to that of the XT6.

The label on its rear hatch (600 E4) indicates a total torque of 442 lb-ft (or 600 nm) as well as the use of all-wheel drive obtained from two electric motors. Its power could thus approach 500 hp, if we rely on the mechanical configurations of the Lyriq.

Like Cadillac’s other electric models, this new model will benefit from the Ultium electric architecture, presumably 400 V, which could provide a maximum charging power of 190 kW.

We will know more next year in view of its official launch, we are told.