The Cadillac Lyriq will be one of the first vehicles to feature GM’s new scalable battery architecture, Ultium, offering “approximately 100 kilowatt-hours of energy” with the capability for at-home (level 2) charging to 19kW.
The Lyriq is bout the same size as the Cadillac XT5, with a long wheelbase and rides on 22-inch wheels. The absence of a transmission tunnel means there’s more space for a cantilevered center console, which extends forward between the front seats, with open air below.
One of the most eye-catching features of the Lyriq is the curved, 33-inch LED infotainment display. That’s nearly three feet of screen, almost stretching the entire length of the dashboard pillar to pillar. The Lyriq will have the latest version of the “hands-free” advanced driver assist system, which displays green lights in the steering wheel when activated.
Read the article at The Verge.