All-Electric Production 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ Available in 2022

Testing of Cadillac’s all-electric LYRIQ SUV took less time than expected, meaning consumers can start placing orders in September of 2021.

GM—Cadillac’s mother company, announced their All electric 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ SUV will be available sooner than expected, and that consumers could begin ordering the vehicle in September of 2021.

Without any doubt, Cadillac couldn’t be happier with the early release of the 2023 LYRIQ. After Tesla announced record vehicle deliveries and higher-than-expected earnings for the first quarter of 2021, the U.S. automobile manufacturer must feel confident about sales prospects.

“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,” ~ Jamie Brewer, LYRIQ chief engineer

Deliveries of the 2023 LYRIQ have been projected to begin sometime in the first half of 2022.

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 minutes of charging time. For home charging, LYRIQ offers a segment-leading 19.2 kW charging module, which can add up to 52 miles of range per hour of charge.

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 Driving.

With Cadillac’s new variable Regen on Demand4, drivers can control how quickly LYRIQ slows down or comes to a complete stop using a pressure-sensitive paddle located on the steering wheel.

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.