At this point I see a 2016 ELR as a show car and nothing more. Unless de Nysschen has completely changed his mind about what he said at the LA auto show. Reference http://www.autoworldnews.com/articles/10654/20141125/cadillac-elr-luxury-hybrid-coupe-general-motors-gm-exclusive-news-johan-de-nysschen-los-angeles-auto-show.htm
The fact that people do [think it is too expensive] is as much a reflection on, I suppose, our bad, in how we positioned this car.
"With all that said, if we were to reprice ELR, to the point where somehow we found a point that people would buy it buy the thousands, then all we would achieve is, the more cars you sell, the more money you lose. There's no point in that. It is where it is
On the future of plug-in hybrids in the Cadillac lineup: "I absolutely believe that we need not only a successor to ELR but more vehicles of that caliber and they will be part of our future. We must not give up on the car. I cannot have 50 priorities at the same time. The team and I will get around to working on ELR, but it is clearly going to be a niche car."
So if the ELR's price does not change, how many will buy one? How many dealers will order even one (Unless they think Cadillac will once again throw lots of cash on the hood again)?