As parent company GM begins its rollout of EVs based on the Ultium battery platform, automaker Cadillac is readying its first electric Caddy, the Lyriq, for production. With a range of over 300 miles, a starting price of $60,000, and all the bells and whistles expected from the brand, the Lyriq could be a surprise hit when it starts landing in dealerships in the first half of 2022.
Cadillac allowed us to check out the vehicle at a studio in Los Angeles, and while we can’t comment on how well it drives, it does look the part. It’s a Caddy with some extra bits of flair afforded to an EV, including vertical headlights and taillights that are an homage to the automaker’s classic fin era. Reservations for the 2023 Lyriq will open in September. Check the video above for the whole story.
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