Cadillac Converj concept at 2010 Washington DC Auto Show

Here is the electric Cadillac Converj concept. The Converj is on the same platform as the 2011 Chevrolet Volt, which will come out this year. Enjoy! Please rate and review. This video is taken with my Flip MinoHD video camera.

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General Motors award winning Cadillac Converj concept car from the 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Converj features an enhanced version of the revolutionary Voltec power system created by GM for the 2010 Chevrolet Volt. The Converj coupe can be driven up to 40 miles on the battery pack alone and another 300+ miles with the built-in range extender. The dashboard features OLED digital touch screen displays and rearview mirrors are replaced with miniature TV cameras with dashboard displays, thereby improving aerodynamics. To view in high definition please click the "360p" icon under the YouTube viewing window and select 720p to view in higher quality. A video of the Cadillac Converj at the Chicago Auto Show (2009) can be viewed in high definition by clicking this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE65mTYOM0M&feature=channel_page





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