Cadillac Lyriq showed at CES 2021January 12, 2021
Representatives of the brand spoke about the latest electric car Cadillac Lyriq.
Like all the other production cars shown in the big presentation of General Motors, the new Cadillac Lyriq is built on the Ultium Drive platform. Apparently, the concern intended to show the capabilities of its new “trolley” precisely by presenting several cars.
The electric car received a new battery made using GM Ultium technology. These batteries contain less lithium and cobalt and are more conveniently shaped to fit in blocks, which allows the manufacturer to lower the vehicle’s center of gravity while leaving enough space in the vehicle interior. The batteries are produced by the Korean company LG Chem. The power reserve of the Cadillac Lyriq is about 500 kilometers.
Of course, the newest electric car from the flagship brand cannot do without interesting features. The first of them was the ability of the car to “recognize” about the approach of the owner – a few meters before the electric car, it will turn on the backlight, headlights and taillights, all this will be accompanied by animation. In addition, the car will turn on the driver’s favorite music, adjust the climate control and the seat.
Earlier, the speedme.ru edition reported that the specialists of the Territory Studio company took part in the development of the user interface, which is displayed on a 33-inch screen installed on the center console. Among other things, the novelty also received support for the Super Cruise technology, which is capable of independently driving a car while driving on the highway, but on condition that a person carefully observes what is happening. As soon as the driver is distracted from the road, Lyriq will inform him about it with vibration, sound and color indicator.
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