Cadillac's push to full electrification by 2030 begins with the all-new 2023 Lyriq, which debuted today in its full production form. The EV maintains keeps the bold styling of the concept mostly intact with a new design direction that takes the brand into its next chapter as a luxury electric car company. The Lyriq is powered by GM's Ultium Platform, based on the EV platform seen in the GMC Hummer EV.
The 12-module, 100 kWh battery pack boasts a rear-wheel-drive configuration and produces 340 hp and 324 lb-ft of torque. The company estimates range to clock in at over 300 miles on a full charge. Lyriq will be able to plug into DC fast charging stations at up to 190 kW, allowing for 76 miles of range in 10 minutes of charging. Cadillac will also offer a 19.2 kW charging module that is capable of charging the car at up to 52 miles of range per hour.
Lyriq will also feature the company's hands-free Super Cruise driver-assistance technology, a 33-inch LED display, next-generation Active Noise Cancellation, slim-line LED headlamps with a choreographed lighting sequence, a 19-speaker audio system from AKG, KeyPass digital keys, a dual level charging cord, and 20" wheels are standard and a 22" option will also be available.
Pre-orders for the Lyriq will be available this September with deliveries set for the first half of 2022.
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