The price tag for Cadillac Lyriq has announced. This fancy vehicle is offered in variant models. However, the variation of price is high. Moreover, it seems the buyers of all-wheel-drive should wait longer for their vehicles.
Cadillac Lyriq is offered as standard edition, rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive. The starting price for rear-wheel-drive is $62,990 (including the destination fee). And hopefully customers would have their cars this fall. But the situation for the all-wheel-drive variant is not the same. The price is about $64,990 and not so positive to see it by the early of 2023.
One other variant of Lyriq is Debut Edition which was announced previously and just sold out in 10 minutes. This version is just rear-wheel-drive and it seems a bit cheaper, just $59,900. The spokesperson made it clear:
"With the launch of the 2023 LYRIQ Debut Edition, we offered a special price for our first EV customers of $59,990. As we move into the regular lifecycle of the vehicle, we’ve adjusted pricing to reflect the content of the vehicle. At a starting price of $62,990 for the RWD model, we do still feel LYRIQ is priced competitively within the luxury mid-size SUV segment."
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The buyers of 2023 will have the choice of two years of unlimited public charging credits on the EV go network or a $1,500 credit towards Level 2 AC home charger installation from the company Qmerit.. this accessory for the EV means 11.5-kilowatt and 19.2-kW wall-mounted charging units.
The rear-drive version of Lyriq has the output of 340-hp and 440 Nm of torque. The travel range with a 100 kwatt-hour battery is 502 km. its also capable of 19.2 kW level 2 home charger or 190 kW of DC fast charger. The all-wheel-drive however can make into 500 hp and tow 1,588 kg. the travel range is not announced yet.
The exterior color has upgraded and now you have the opportunely to have Opulent Blue Metallic and Crystal White Tricoat additional to previous colors. This Lyriq goes on the production lines of Spring Hull, Tennessee.
For building up the electric motors used in this car, Cadillac invested $2 billion and for the battery cell also $2.3 billion.