we are skeptics when it comes to EV. we didn’t think the range, though pretty impressive by today’s standard, gives us any peace of mind. with gas-powered units, you can easily top up those environment-unfriendly fossil fuel as quickie and easily as taking a dive into a pool in a hot summer day but charging a vehicle with electrons is anything but. so the best bet for now until super rapid charging becomes a norm, an extend range electric vehicle such as the 2014 Cadillac ELR Extended Range EV will be the safer bet for paranoid and impatience folks like us. the 2014 Cadillac ELR features an advanced chassis coupled with advanced drive system that comprises of a 1.4-liter gasoline unit, along with an electric motor, outputting 207 hp (154 kW) and offers up to 480 km (300 miles) of range. exterior highlights include a futuristically-sculptured bodywork, fronted by the iconic Cadillac grille, LED headlamps, 20-inch rolling stocks and hidden door handles that aids in reducing drag. on the inside, the 2+2 coupe features stitched leather, buried-grained wood, carbon fiber, plus Cadillac CUE. the driving experience is oomph up by wide front and rear tracks with a low center of gravity, HiPer Strut front suspension, dual-pinion, rack-mounted electric power steering, hydraulic ride bushings all round and an electro-hydraulic regenerative brake system. the 2014 Cadillac ELR Extended Range EV is destined to roll into the showrooms in early 2014. yeah. it is still a long way down the road and that’s why we have a few more images to satisfy your senses for the time being.