How much will the new 2023 Cadillac Lyriq electric crossover cost?August 8, 2020
The American brand spoke about how much the all-new Cadillac Lyriq electric crossover will cost. The car is positioned as a novelty for the 2023 model year and will go on sale at the end of 2022.
The Cadillac Lyriq electric crossover will go on sale at the end of 2022 and as Steve Carlisle, president of the American GM North America, said, it will cost less than $ 75,000. The concern includes Cadillac – editor’s note.
Mr. Carlisle points out that Cadillac is hoping for the high popularity of the new Lyriq.
“The crossover will stand out from its competitors in the number of kilometers that it can travel on a fully charged battery, as well as the charging time of this very battery”, – said Carlisle. “Also, the novelty will be able to amaze with attention to detail.”
The Lyriq crossover is built on a General Motors modular platform designed specifically for electric vehicles. With a 100 kWh battery, it should have a range of 482.8 km. The company plans to equip the novelty with rear-wheel drive as standard, as well as offer an all-wheel drive Performance version. However, we do not yet know the power of its electric motor.
Lyriq’s appearance emphasizes crisp folds with soft curves. Perhaps it looks most interesting from the rear, where the L-shaped taillights encompass the body.
The cabin has a 33.0-inch display that runs from behind the steering wheel to the center of the dashboard. There is also a head-up display with augmented reality function. Super Cruise Intelligent Cruise Control comes standard.
The Lyriq that Cadillac is now showing off is technically a prototype. The company says the car is 85 percent complete, so there may be some differences when the production version finally arrives at the brand’s dealers in two years.
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