Today, Cadillac swings the luxury motoring to 180 degrees. The debut of 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ rolls out a new era of electric luxury, the desperate clients could reserve the orders from September 2021.
“Cadillac has anticipation of rolling out a series of electric vehicles, starting from LYRIQ,” reveals Rory Harvey, VP, Global Cadillac. “The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ merges integrated technology with high-performance luxury.”
LYRIQ nestles the upbeat electrical architecture thanks to a 10 KW/h battery pack, rear-wheel-drive, and 440 Nm of torque.
Fortunately, the luxury electric model was revealed nine months earlier, Chief Engineer Jamie Brewer gives credit to this swiftness to the Ultium Platform and virtual development tools. There is even the anticipation that it is going to be the fastest electric car in the world.
Power outage is not an issue at all, LYRIQ could be charged at public stations at 190 KW to go fast for 76 miles, the charge time is just 10 minutes. A home charging option is also available.
LYRIQ offers a self-control driving option after incorporating the Demand technology, One-Pedal Driving, and Pressure-sensitive paddling.
Additional 2023 LYRIQ highlights:
- First hands-free driver-assistance technology
- 33-inch diagonal LED display emitting one billion colors
- Active Noise Cancellation System
- Choreographed LED headlamps
- AKG Studio 19-speaker audio system
- Digital key access
- Dual-level charge cord
- Six-spoke alloy wheels
- Stellar black metallic exterior
- Sky cool noir interior
The interior is simple but elegant laced with wood one metal decor, having a curved LED screen at the centerpiece. The black crystal grille puts the icing on the cake.
The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ will be put on assembly lines by the first quarter of 2022, with a price tag of $59,9907. The assembly facility is at GM’s Spring Hill, Tennessee that is receiving a support fund of $2 billion in addition to the $2.3 investment on the battery cell manufacturing.
The thrilling ad campaign has already kicked off during the Oscars broadcast, but the real drama is ahead.