The new Cadillac LYRIQ electric SUV will be built on a modular electric vehicle platform of the next generation from General Motors, which uses Ultium batteries. This will enable Cadillac clients to choose from an extensive range and performance options. The car manufacturer attributes great importance to the fact that the range is more than sufficient for everyday use and relies on a range of 298 miles with a fully charged battery. Which can be charged at home, at work or on the go.
Thanks to the GM's modular platform, the LYRIQ will also be available with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Inside, the driver and other occupants look at a 33-inch diagonal LED screen, which makes interaction with the vehicle as pleasant as possible.
Within the new Cadillac LYRIQ all-electric luxury SUV, the Ultium battery system is a fundamental element of the architecture that is integrated in a way that contributes to driving performance and handling as well as safety. The lower center of gravity and the weight distribution result in a vehicle that is sporty, responsive and enables vivacious driving. The electric car draws its energy from a 100 kW state-of-the-art NCMA battery.
Cadillac's first electric SUV makes a bold design statement that introduces a new ideas, new proportions, and a new presence for the brand's new generation of electric vehicles. The elecric SUV is defined by tight lines and clean surfaces. The LYRIQ is assertive and modern, characterized by a low, fast roof line and a broad stance that emphasizes maneuverability and conveys trust.
In the interior, the new electric vehicle architecture of the LYRIQ opens up new possibilities in terms of space and design of the vehicle. The result is minimalist design that connects the driver and passengers more closely in the driving experience while offering exceptional functionality when it comes to storage space solutions. Lyriq is full of details like backlit speaker grilles, curved screens with hidden storage options and orchestrated lighting elements.
Jamie Brewer, Cadillac LYRIQ Chief Engineer, said: "Lyriq was conceived to make every journey exhilarating and leverages more than a century of innovation to drive the brand into a new era, while rewarding passengers with a more personal, connected and immersive experience,".
Our future is electric
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