The first electric Cadillac in the brand’s long history, the ELR Coupe, is a wonderpod of clean energy and baronial features -- and yet it's selling like a rusty old Chevette.

Only 1,835 Cadillac ELR Coupes have sold in North America over the past 18 months. Dealerships in the New York City area are hawking the ELR for just under $50,000, a whopping 35 percent discount from its sticker price, according to TrueCar, an web platform that lets shoppers lock in a price before visiting a dealer.

"One thing is fair to say: We've had a great learning exercise with this car," said Cadillac marketing chief Uwe Ellinghaus.

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