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The production version of the Cadillac Lyriq finally debuted today, and many are stunned that the design is virtually identical to the concept.

Here's some interesting specs:

  • Starting price: $59,995
  • Range: 300+ miles for the base RWD model
  • HP: 340
  • Torque: 325 lb. ft.
  • DC fast charging: 76 miles range in 10 minutes
  • Level 2 Home Charger: Class-leading 52 miles of range recouped per hour

Here's the story from The Drive:


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The production version of the Cadillac Lyriq finally debuted today, and many are stunned that the design is virtually identical to the concept.

Here's some interesting specs:

  • Starting price: $59,995
  • Range: 300+ miles for the base RWD model
  • HP: 340
  • Torque: 325 lb. ft.
  • DC fast charging: 76 miles range in 10 minutes
  • Level 2 Home Charger: Class-leading 52 miles of range recouped per hour

Here's the story from The Drive:


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My beloved E-Tron might get replaced in the near future. Need AWD though, 500 hp, Supercruise, adaptive air suspension, 30 speakers (haha), and near 300 miles of range, for about $80K
 

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The production version of the Cadillac Lyriq finally debuted today, and many are stunned that the design is virtually identical to the concept.

Here's some interesting specs:

  • Starting price: $59,995
  • Range: 300+ miles for the base RWD model
  • HP: 340
  • Torque: 325 lb. ft.
  • DC fast charging: 76 miles range in 10 minutes
  • Level 2 Home Charger: Class-leading 52 miles of range recouped per hour

Here's the story from The Drive:


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Something I noticed on Lyriq that was a good decision by GM, it has gone to the shift stalk, and electronic turn signal stock like Mercedes and Tesla use, this should feel better, and be cheaper to manufacture a quality feeling stalk.
 
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