General Motors on Tuesday confirmed production of the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq electric SUV will begin March 21, and new orders will open May 19.
GM initially only accepted orders for an initial Debut Edition model. The automaker said the first batch of vehicles sold out in just 10 minutes, but has yet to reveal how many. However, Cadillac currently plans to produce 25,000 annually, according to a Automotive News report.
While some dealers did not show up sold As for its plans to bring Cadillac all-electric when they’re announced in 2020, GM also said it will bring Cadillac dealers into a “new Cadillac EV experience” based on its digital retail platform. car manufacturer. This will provide a more convenient alternative to conventional shopping for consumers, while reducing costs and complexity for dealers, the automaker claims.
2023 Cadillac Lyriq
Built in Spring Hill, Tennessee, at Saturn’s former home, the Lyriq is expected to arrive earlier than its original due date. At the end of 2020, GM announced that it had pushed back its launch time by 9 months and was on track to meet its revised target.
Up close, we found Lyriq’s light and visual signature it’s spectacularand has good usable space – albeit a five-seater. GM is predicting more than 300 miles of EPA-rated range from a 100 kWh battery pack in early versions. While an all-wheel drive version is on the way, the Debut Edition only gets a single engine delivering 340 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels.
At $59,990including arrival fees, now seems like a much better deal when the price was first announced — thanks to all Tesla price increase. Lyriq has now lowered the price of the Tesla Model Y, which just increased its base price by $3,000. The entry-level Model Y long range now starts at $64,190.