Production of the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq is underway, with deliveries of the Debut Edition starting this summer and pricing announced for the mainstream models.
The single-motor, 340-hp, rear-wheel-drive Lyriq starts at $62,990, and it will start reaching customers this fall.
The 500-hp dual-motor, all-wheel-drive Lyriq will start at $64,990, with deliveries beginning in early 2023.
In March, production began on Cadillac’s first fully electric vehicle, the Lyriq crossover. Deliveries will initially be of the Debut Edition, a version of the rear-wheel-drive Lyriq only available in silver or black with a limited options list. An advanced reservation was required for the Debut Edition, which started at $59,990 and will reach customers this summer. Now Cadillac has shared pricing information for the mainstream rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive Lyriqs that will go on sale in the near future.
Cadillac says that the order books for the rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive Lyriq models will open on May 19. The single-motor Lyriq RWD, which produces 340 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque and has an EPA-estimated 312 miles of range, will start at $62,990. Deliveries of this model will start in the fall.
The all-wheel-drive model, meanwhile, adds an electric motor on the front axle for an even 500 horsepower and has a 3500-pound towing capacity. The Lyriq AWD will start at $64,990, with deliveries starting early next year and an official EPA-estimated range revealed closer to the start of production. The Lyriq also gains two new colors: Opulent Blue Metallic and Crystal White Tricoat.
Cadillac says all Lyriq customers will have the choice of either two years of unlimited charging credits to use at public EVgo stations or an up to $1500 credit for the installation of a home charger. That credit will provide either a Level 2 AC charger or a 240-volt outlet, and each Lyriq comes with a portable cord-set charging cable that works with 120-volt or 240-volt outlets. Cadillac says the the Lyriq can add up to 52 miles of range in an hour with a 19.2-kW Level 2 AC home charger and around 76 miles of range in 10 minutes with a DC fast-charger.
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