Underneath the svelte coupe body of the 2014 Cadillac ELR
lurks the guts of the Chevy Volt sedan. Yet the ELR has a decidedly different suspension setup and runs on different tires, meaning that although the Volt has been well tested, the Caddy still needs to be put through its paces. Testing its traction and stability control systems, as well as the driver-focused car's anti-lock braking, Cadillac
took the ELR to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the perfect outdoor laboratory in which to investigate how the car's chassis handles the extreme cold, snow and ice.