Oftentimes trademark applications can give us clues regarding future vehicles. In this case, General Motors has recently filed for a few new trademarks that likely give us insight into some future Cadillac models.

Let’s start with perhaps the most obvious trademark. Earlier this month GM filed for trademark on the name “Escalade IQL.” The description says it is for a “land motor vehicle name.” The Escalade name has been around since the late 1990’s and is perhaps one of the most iconic vehicle names in the U.S. It comes as no surprise GM appears to want to keep it around in the EV era, with the Escalade EV likely taking the name Escalade IQL. It appears, thus far, the Escalade will be the only Cadillac model to be spared the brand’s new “iq” name theme.

Speaking of the iq theme. GM has also just trademarked the names “Lumistiq” and “Vistiq.” While the trademark filing does not call out these names are for Cadillac models, the iq at the end of both makes it obvious these are for future Cadillac EV’s. It’s not clear which vehicles will wear these names. Cadillac has a number of EV’s in the works, including at least two new SUVs in addition to the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq that launches next year. Rumors of an Escalade EV have also swirled in recent months, though that one seems like a no-brainer given the SUV’s popularity.

Expect to see a number of iq names in the Cadillac stable in the coming years. Cadillac plans to become an entirely electric brand by 2030.