GM has been pretty cautious about launching electric vehicles.Reservation holders and investors don’t seem too happy with this slow march, but given that new technology and recalls are being communicated as if Oprah is giving them away, it’s wise. It’s a move. Nonetheless, I’m still shocked that it took Cadillac this long to push Lyriq configuratorPricing and options and everything is finally here in time for the 2024 model year. A new entry-level rear-wheel drive trim called the Tech cuts the entry price $58,590. The Middle Luxury trim starts at $62,690 and the new Sport trim starts at $63,190.
I should clarify that at the moment there are not many options yet. Tech trim offers all-wheel drive, one wheel choice, and one interior choice for $1,500. His three bundles available are the $2,400 Driver Assist Package, the $395 Floor Liner Package, and the $375 Interior Protection Package with slightly less fancy floor mats compared to the Floor Liner Package. I don’t know. As we said before, the Tech trim can work without a lot of tech, so features like Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear Pedestrian Alert, HD Surround Vision, and adjustable heated side mirrors all come at an additional cost. increase. On the options page they look like à la carte options, but they are all included in the Driver Assist package.
The Luxury trim is available in six sub-variants: Luxury 1, 2 or 3 with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Optional 22″ wheels are available on Luxury 3 only. The new Nappa leather interior for 2024 is available as an option on Luxury 2 and Luxury 3 only. It comes in two colors, costs $3,990, and comes with illuminated front door sills. plate. Luxury 1 is excluded from the $1,480 optional 19.2 kW onboard charging module. The standard car is equipped with an 11.5 kW on-board charger. Tech trim cannot be upgraded to 19.2 kW units. Access to the $1,600 panoramic power sunroof is limited to Luxury 2 and 3.
Sport trim primarily follows the Luxury template. One unexpected difference is that the black painted his roof, which is standard on the Luxury trim, is only available as an option on the Sport 3 trim at a cost of $600.
No range is listed, except for the Tech trim, which is estimated at 308 miles in RWD format and 307 miles in AWD. Lyriq in 2023 will be EPA Rated 312 miles.
We spent $83,485 configurator dollars on a Sport 3 AWD in Radiant Red Tintcoat with a black roof.now playground open,Feel free to help yourself.