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Old 08-02-2020, 08:14 AM   #1
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Default Cadillac LYRIQ Teased Before August 6th Reveal



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The Cadillac LYRIQ crossover will usher in GM’s vision of its electrical future.
This will be Cadillac’s first fully-electric vehicle.

These are the first official images of the LYRIQ from Cadillac.

These few images shared by Cadillac certainly are teasers as they reveal very little. What we do know is that the XT5-sized crossover will not only represent the first EV in a line of many for Cadillac, but that its craftmanship will be inspiring.


Initially, the Cadillac LYRIQ was meant to be introduced at the beginning of 2020 but the delay will have served a purpose and built anticipation. This critical introduction for GM will launch the American carmaker into the future and open the floodgates to numerous new electric vehicles.

Cadillac Lyriq EV Will Get Massive 33-Inch Interior Screen
The main picture is the sole hint we get at Cadillac’s new design language. The only comment that can be made is that the charge-port access door looks quite dramatic. A large panel seems to slide to the side and reveal the illuminated port. The only other clear elements are the wheels. The multi-spoke aero-blade-like design is sporty and very premium at once.



GM introduced its new Ultium battery technology earlier this year and the Cadillac LYRIQ will be first to be powered by them.

The official virtual reveal will take place on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, at 7 p.m. ET.

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GM's Ultium battery technology

https://www.gm.com/our-stories/commi...lio%20of%20EVs.

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General Motors' vision of a world with zero emissions will be powered by a future where every vehicle is an electric vehicle. Customers are ready for this change, and third-party forecasters expect U.S. EV volumes to reach about 3 million units on average by 2030.
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Old 08-05-2020, 04:24 PM   #3
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And you get a EV crossover! And you get a EV crossover!

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LOL at building anticipation for a Cadillac. Nobody on earth cares about this dead brand. Just go away Caddy. You had 2 different chances in the past 12 years, and blew each one. Younger buyers do not care about Caddy.

Older buyers do not care about caddy.

Only think you sold were V models to dudes in wife beaters and tribal tatoos
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I saw the failed Caddy electric car yesterday. Looked pretty good rolling.

New one looks good and I like the entire panel opening so there are less body lines.
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That's a dumb name.
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LOL at building anticipation for a Cadillac. Nobody on earth cares about this dead brand. Just go away Caddy. You had 2 different chances in the past 12 years, and blew each one. Younger buyers do not care about Caddy.

Older buyers do not care about caddy.

Only think you sold were V models to dudes in wife beaters and tribal tatoos
All the “higher class” Mormons drive them out here to haul their army of children. We refer to them as “M.A.V.S,” aka, Mormon assault vehicles
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All the “higher class” Mormons drive them out here to haul their army of children. We refer to them as “M.A.V.S,” aka, Mormon assault vehicles
MAVS being mostly white vans, Escalades, Yukons XLs, etc... Gotta fir the whole fam damly.

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nothing wrong with a big family guys. I have two kids a dog and a cat, and at some point I am sure I will face the ire of the people on NASIOC who will label me a breeder. Not that I care. Mormons never did a single thing to me. To each their own. I have nothing against Amish or any other religion. Live and let live and all that. Having that out of the way, I kind of do like that GMC.
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nothing wrong with a big family guys. I have two kids a dog and a cat, and at some point I am sure I will face the ire of the people on NASIOC who will label me a breeder. Not that I care. Mormons never did a single thing to me. To each their own. I have nothing against Amish or any other religion. Live and let live and all that. Having that out of the way, I kind of do like that GMC.
That’s not a big family!

We were just mildly joking about the Mormon thing. I live in Utah, clearly I’m around them all the time and have some really good friends who are Mormon.
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I am one gold fish away from a herd man!!! Wait, I have some koi in the back yard.. DRAT!
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I am one gold fish away from a herd man!!! Wait, I have some koi in the back yard.. DRAT!
lol, I am closer to a African Plain...

We use to have an 8 passenger vehicle that we used to almost capacity weekly

3 kids, two dogs, grand parent(s)...and soccer mom stuff.


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That’s not a big family!

We were just mildly joking about the Mormon thing. I live in Utah, clearly I’m around them all the time and have some really good friends who are Mormon.

Mormons will have 6, 7, 8 or more kids, not joking. And if they had their way, it would be double or triple that number with multiple wives.
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Mormons will have 6, 7, 8 or more kids, not joking. And if they had their way, it would be double or triple that number with multiple wives.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile..../idUSKCN20L0DI

You can have multiple wives in Utah!
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You can have multiple wives in Utah!
I was born in Morocco where this is also true. The most egregious example that I knew personally had 3 wives and 19 children in ~1985.
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My parents are from SE Asia and while we can't relate on the multiple wives thing, its not uncommon for families in my parents' country to also have a **** ton of kids. My mom is 1 of 8 (or 9, I forget) and a lot of our extended family is also like that.

Here I am deciding if I even want 1 kid or not
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My parents are from SE Asia and while we can't relate on the multiple wives thing, its not uncommon for families in my parents' country to also have a **** ton of kids. My mom is 1 of 8 (or 9, I forget) and a lot of our extended family is also like that.

Here I am deciding if I even want 1 kid or not
One of the surgeons I work has 11.



11 god damn kids! His brother is a urologist and I joke with him his brother could probably hook him up with a vasectomy. He’s a pretty hardcore Mormon dude but he laughs when I tell him that.
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I come from a combined family of 10 (4 and 6).

We are not Mormons.
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You can have multiple wives in Utah!
I tend to vote more republican than not... (I vote based on common sense and not a party line. That is a total face palm...

Reminds me of that comedy alien movie where they totally wiped out congress.

Sometimes I wish we could do that now and just start from scratch with poor people in place of rich elites.
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you can smell the desperation in the words they're choosing in this video

we NEED
we MUST

they are calling up the ghosts of Cadillac from the past but they had to go all the way back to the 50's to do it
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Lots of chasing Tesla in this, as you would expect.

Lady, stop putting fingerprints on all the piano black plastic!

It has fancy exterior light show when you walk up to it.

General design cues are decent. More show car than they usually do. Makes you wonder if the car is going to look like this when it ships.
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you can smell the desperation in the words they're choosing in this video

we NEED
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they are calling up the ghosts of Cadillac from the past but they had to go all the way back to the 50's to do it
nailed it!
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Cadillac puts on quite a light show with the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq, welcoming the driver upon approach with a choreographed, animated sequence of 50 LEDs. It highlights the all-electric nature of its new flagship crossover.


As the driver walks up to the Lyriq, the approach is signaled by two light dots shooting up the vertical side daytime running lights as a precursor to the main show.
It starts with Cadillac’s new monochromatic crest sequentially lighting up – with the Lyriq being the first Caddy to have it illuminated. This is followed by lines at the bottom of the grille that light up in succession from the center and out to the outside and then up to the top. Lights then go across the very thin turn signals just under the hood line and cascade back down into the daytime running lights as they fill up from the top as dots that blend into a solid stripe. This climaxes with the row of vertical LED headlights next to it that visually “drop in” from bottom to top till all nine beams are lit.


In the automaker’s reveal video of the new Lyriq, Cadillac Chief Designer Andrew Smith describes it as a “complex animation pattern.”
It’s all part of a light show that is the new Cadillac Lyriq. Lights are pushed to the outside, fill in the grille, and then back down, and on to the back in the taillights. The show continues inside with unique lighting on the doors and a vertical line treatment on the unique 33-inch horizontal, curved, advanced LED screen that echoes that of the grille.
The grille, of course, is actually not one at all since the Lyriq is an EV. In fact, it houses multiple radar sensors behind it for GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving technology. The automaker calls the grille an “illuminated Black Crystal Shield” with an “innovative finishing technique that utilizes three-dimensional texturing for dramatic depth and detail.”


The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq represents the first model year of the upcoming electric crossover while also being the brand’s first all-electric vehicle. As such, the Lyriq ushers in a new era in luxury, technology, and electrification. The vehicle is built on the GM BEV3 platform using GM Ultium batteries and Ultium Drive motors.
The Lyriq is also the first vehicle to flaunt the brand’s next-generation styling, offering signature vertical lighting along with Cadillac’s distinctive black crystal grille. Featuring a profile reminiscent of a shooting brake, the all-electric crossover is slightly larger than the current Cadillac XT5.


Inside, the Cadillac Lyriq’s interior is clean and simple with a focus on secondary and tertiary design elements, including intricate laser etched patterns through wood over metal decor. It comes very well equipped, including front massaging seats, a new Surround Vision Recorder, and GM’s Super Cruise. The 33-inch screen features a unique Human-Machine Interface (HMI) designed using software from Altia to provide a readouts for instrumentation and infotainment, navigation, and various onboard controls.


Other highlights of the Cadillac Lyriq include Cadillac’s next-generation Active Noise Cancellation system and an AKG Studio 19-speaker audio system with speakers within headrests, a new dual-plane augmented reality-enhanced head-up display, and supervised remote parking.


Pricing for the new, all-electric, rear-wheel-drive 2023 Cadillac Lyriq Debut Edition starts at $59,990 in the U.S., including destination freight charge, and production is set to begin at the GM Spring Hill Assembly plant in Tennessee in early 2022. Cadillac started accepting reservations on September 18th at 4 pm EST and the initial Debut Edition sold out just a few minutes thereafter.
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LuLz. Tesla needs to make a cutting edge underglow to keep up with Cadillac. Maybe the Plaid needs a KnightRider-esqe front light bar. I bet Musk would be into that.
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