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Cadillac LYRIQ

Cadillac has got big plans for its electric future and today they've revealed their first-ever all-electric vehicle, the LYRIC show car. Based on GM's next-generation, modular electric vehicle platform, the LYRIQ will be powered by the company's Ultium system, which is designed to travel for over 300 miles on a single charge and is compatible with DC fast-charging systems at rates over 150kW and Level 2 charging rates up to 19kW. 

Available in RWD and AWD configurations, the LYRIQ will feature the latest version of Cadillac's Super Cruise hands-free driver assistance technology, a dual-plane augmented reality head-up display, remote self-parking, and a massive 33-inch LED display that wraps around the driver seat. Other features include a road noise cancellation system for a quieter cabin, a 19-speaker AKG Studio audio system, and bold new design elements such as the "black crystal" grille that will serve as the new face of the brand.

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