Cadillac is the sort of car company that lets their products do the talking. Working under the presumption that American luxury is still an ideal, and that it needs to be completely different to the Europeans, they've decided to put a four-seater electric coupe into production.

The ELR is based on the same architecture and layout as the Chevy Volt, but will probably cost twice as much due to being packed with more luxury features – simple stuff like sueded microfiber, chrome, wood and available carbon fiber finishes throughout.

The elegance of the small frame and the spectacular LED headlights inspired the automotive world, and graphics manipulator Theophilus Chin decided to turn the car into a convertible. This would be the very first 4-seater electric convertible in the world. What's more, Cadillac knows how to take care of the luxury aspects, so the ELR Convertible would be something completely different from the sporty Tesla Roadster.

We think the ELR looks even better as a convertible than a coupe. Think about it: electric motor driving the wheels, electric motors opening the roof, and you in charge of everything.

By Mihnea Radu