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Surprise, surprise, Cadillac Lyriq è quasi pronta al tanto atteso debutto sul mercato americano, con ordini a partire da Settembre '21 e consegne nella prima metà del 2022 (MY '23).

Esteticamente si mantiene fedelissima al concept mostrato nel 2020, con modifiche necessarie (anche all'omologazione su strada) limitate a paraurti, calandra, grafiche fari e specchietti retrovisori.

Il nuovo crossover elettrico misura 4.996m di lunghezza e ha un passo di 3094mm!

Dentro vale lo stesso discorso fatto sugli esterni poiché l'impostazione rimane generalmente uguale al concept, con modifiche dovute alla messa in produzione. Secondo me ennesima conferma del notevole passo avanti compiuto da Cadilac nella modernizzazione delle proprie plance.

Lo schermo è da 33'' e a differenza di Esclade qui non viene "interrotto", gli inserti in legno e metallo sono tagliati a laser, mentre l'impianto audio AKG Studio ha ben 19 altoparlanti.

Lo spazio riservato alle gambe posteriori è di 1006mm, quello al bagagliaio varia tra i 723l e i 1723l con i sedili posteriori giù.

Al lancio, Lyriq verrà offerta con pack batterie a ioni di litio da 100 kWh e motore singolo, posto sull'asse posteriore, da 345 cv e 440 Nm (ancora non note le percorrenze) ad un prezzo di partenza di 59.990$.

Successivamente arriveranno altre varianti, presumibilmente AWD.




























Press Release:



Today marked a pioneering moment for Cadillac that illuminates the brand’s future and resets the fundamental notions of luxury motoring. The production debut of the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ is the culmination of a century of innovation and the beginning of a great new era. With testing of Cadillac’s inaugural luxury SUV running ahead of schedule, the brand announced that customers may place order reservations beginning in September 2021, with initial availability starting the first half of 2022.

“Throughout the next decade, Cadillac will define the future of luxury transportation through a series of exciting new electric vehicles, and it all begins with LYRIQ,” said Rory Harvey, vice president, Global Cadillac. “The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ’s stunning design and artfully integrated technology combined with GM’s Ultium Platform will deliver a high-performance luxury experience unlike anything that has come before it, setting a new standard for Cadillac.”

At launch, LYRIQ will be available with premier technologies and stirring performance capabilities enabled by the vehicle’s dedicated electric architecture. A 12-module, 100 kilowatt-hour battery pack and a rear-wheel-drive Ultium Platform deliver a Cadillac-estimated 340 horsepower and 440 Nm of torque — and a Cadillac-estimated over 300 miles of range with a full charge1.

“Thanks to the modular and highly flexible Ultium Platform that powers LYRIQ, along with advanced virtual development tools, Cadillac has been able to accelerate development and put more real-world miles on prototypes sooner than expected,” said Jamie Brewer, LYRIQ chief engineer. “It’s exciting to see our objectives realized on the road — and it means we are on track to bring this pioneering electric luxury vehicle to customers nine months earlier than originally planned.”

LYRIQ also offers high-speed DC fast charging for public stations at 190 kW, enabling customers to add an estimated 76 miles of range in about 10 minutes2 of charging time. For home charging2, LYRIQ offers a segment-leading 19.2 kW charging module, which can add up to 52 miles of range per hour of charge3.

To help customers take full control of their electric driving experience, LYRIQ will feature next-generation variable Regen on Demand technology4, along with the convenience of One-Pedal Driving5. With Cadillac’s new variable Regen on Demand4, drivers can control how quickly LYRIQ slows down or comes to a complete stop5 using a pressure-sensitive paddle located on the steering wheel. Both technologies make use of regenerative braking to help maximize electric driving efficiency.

Additional 2023 LYRIQ highlights include:

  • Available Super Cruise6, the industry’s first true hands-free driver-assistance technology for compatible roads
  • A stunning 33-inch-diagonal advanced LED display with the ability to emit over 1 billion colors
  • Cadillac’s next-generation Active Noise Cancellation system
  • Slim-line LED headlamps with choreographed lighting sequence
  • AKG Studio 19-speaker audio system with headrest speakers
  • KeyPass digital vehicle access
  • Dual level charge cord
  • Standard 20-inch split six-spoke alloy wheels or optional 22-inch dynamic split-spoke Reverse Rim alloy wheels

Customers will be able to select from Satin Steel Metallic or Stellar Black Metallic exterior colors, and Sky Cool Gray or Noir for the interior.

“LYRIQ represents a clean-sheet design that sets the standard for the future of Cadillac,” said Andrew Smith, executive director of Cadillac Design. “The objective I gave my team was to design the LYRIQ with the level of detail that they would a show car. The customer should feel like they’re driving in the future.”

The interior is clean and simple with a focus on secondary and tertiary design elements, including intricate laser etched patterns through wood over metal decor, which has never been done before. The large, curved LED screen is the centerpiece and all the components are incorporated artfully, blurring the lines of separation among technology, lighting and decor.

Perhaps the most striking example of Cadillac’s next iteration of brand styling is its distinctive black crystal grille.

“We wanted to give the vehicle a face, making sure it looks distinctly Cadillac,” said Smith. The signature vertical lighting is emphasized through lighting choreography. The exterior lighting is a major technological breakthrough, allowing Cadillac to deliver on the promise of truly vertical lamps, an industry first.

The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ is expected to go into production in the first quarter of 2022, with pricing starting at $59,9907. It will be produced at GM’s Spring Hill, Tennessee assembly facility, which is receiving a $2 billion investment to support electric vehicle production. An additional $2.3 billion is being invested in an all-new battery cell manufacturing plant at Spring Hill, by Ultium Cells LLC, the joint venture between GM and LG Energy Solution.

A new ad campaign featuring the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ debuts April 25, during the Oscars broadcast.

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1 Based on GM testing. EPA estimates not yet available. Actual range will vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, and vehicle loading, use and maintenance.
2 Requires professionally installed 19.2 kW AC / 100A dedicated charge station.
3Actual charge times will vary based on battery condition, output of charger, vehicle settings and outside temperature.
4Regenerative braking performance may be limited when the battery is cold or near full charge.
5Always use the brake pedal when you need to stop urgently.
6Always pay attention while driving and when using Super Cruise. Do not use a hand-held device. Visit Cadillac.com/supercruise for compatible roads and full details.
7MSRP includes destination, but excludes tax, title, license and dealer fees. Optional equipment is extra.

LYRIQ Preliminary Specifications


Cadillac Estimated Driving Range^:

More than 300 miles (482.8 km) on a full charge

^ Based on GM testing. EPA estimates not yet available. Actual range will vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, and vehicle loading, use and maintenance.



Rechargeable energy storage system comprising multiple linked modules 

Battery chemistry:

Lithium-ion NCMA cathode, blended graphite anode




100 kWh




1 drive unit with 1 motor


Permanent magnet, bar wound


340hp (255 kW)

Torque: (lb-ft / Nm):

325 lb-ft. (440 Nm)

Final drive ratio (:1):



CHARGING TIMES^                                                                 

120 V:

3.5 miles of range per hour of charge time

240 V (11.5 kW AC)
240V* (19.2 kW AC)

31 miles of range per hour of charge time
52 miles of range per hour of charge time

DC Fast Charge:

Up to 76 miles of range in 10 minutes of charge time
Up to 195 miles of range in 30 minutes of charge time

^Actual charge times will vary based on battery condition, output of charger, vehicle settings and outside temperature.
*Requires professionally installed 19.2 kW AC / 100A dedicated charge station.


Front Suspension:

5-link SLA with Passive-Plus Premium Dampers

Rear Suspension:

5-link with Passive-Plus Premium Dampers

Steering Type:

Continuously Variable Electric Power Steering (EPS)

Turning Circle (wall-wall)
(ft. / m):


Brake Type:

4 wheel disc with DuraLife Rotors

Brake Rotor Size:
(in. / mm)

17” (321mm) front/18” (345 mm) Rear

Wheel Size:

Standard: 20” Split 6-spoke Alloy
Optional: 22” Dynamic Split-spoke Reverse Rim Alloy


Included with 20” wheels: 265/50R20 All Season, Self-sealing
Included with 22” wheels: 275/40R22 All Season, Low profile^, Self-sealing

^ Lower-profile tires wear faster. Tire and wheel damage may occur on rough or damaged roads or from surfaces, curbs, debris or obstacles. This damage is not covered by the GM New Vehicle Limited Warranty. For more details, go to my.cadillac.com/learnabout/tires or see your dealer.

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS                            

(in. / mm):

121.8 / 3094

Overall Length
(in. / mm):

196.7 / 4996

Overall Width
(in. / mm):

77.8 / 1977

Overall Height
(in. / mm):

63.9 / 1623


INTERIOR DIMENSIONS                             

(in / mm):

Front 38.6 / 980
Rear 37.7 / 957

(in. / mm):

 (front - max) 41.4 / 1052
(rear) 39.6 / 1006

Shoulder Room
(in. / mm):

 (front) 58.9 / 1497
(rear) 58.6 / 1488

Hip Room
(in. / mm):

 (front) 56.5 / 1436
(rear) 54.0 / 1372


WEIGHTS & CAPACITIES                            

Base Curb Weight (Min)
(lb. / kg):

2545 kg/5610 lbs

Passenger Volume (cu. ft. / L):

105 / 2976

Cargo Volume
(cu. ft. / L) ^:

 28.0 / 793 (behind rear seat)
60.8 / 1723 (rear seat folded)

^ Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution




Topic Spy: ➡️ Cadillac LYRIQ 2023 (Spy)



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La trovo in generale interessante come vettura. Il frontale è effettivamente pacioccato: gli elementi in sé sono interessanti, messi tutti assieme non troppo. In coda mi piacciono molto i fanali, diversi da altro e quindi originali. Interni top, come le altre Cadillac


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Davanti non capisco a cosa servono i gruppi ottici superiori. Praticamente gli unici gruppi ottici sono quelli verticali, interessante come scelta. Brutto il punto radar/telecamera sulla "calandra". Onestamente avrei fatto più stretta la cromatura superiore per dare maggiore muscolarità al frontale.

Il posteriore è interessante nello sviluppo: quasi complimenti! Peccato che il tutto sia applicato su un corpo vettura dalla forma ignobile. Larghissimo, quadrato e sgraziato: un bel disegno rovinato dalla pessima messa in pratica dei volumi del paraurti.
Adoro il faro alto.


Il pacchetto completo è un po' confusionario, ma è di sicuro superiore a tutti gli UV di produzione recente di Caddy.

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3 ore fa, aboutdas scrive:

Il posteriore poteva essere iconico, ha un'ottima idea su un pessimo risultato finale... Idem per il muso.

Dietro hanno perso un'occasione: le luci che accompagnano il lunotto dal terzo montante sono bellissime, creano un nuovo volume, molto leggero.

Davanti: aspettiamo che tolgano il camuffamento...

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