Cadillac has confirmed various parts and prices for their future electric SUV LYRIQ 2023, the official launch of which is scheduled for early next year.

LYRIQ will start at $ 62,990 excluding unconfirmed shipping fees and no subject to any potential federal tax credits. This price tag is for the rear-wheel drive model; the model with full wheels will start at $ 64,990.

The RWD model will offer, according to the EPA, a range of 312 miles on a full charge. Owners will have a choice between two special incentives for charging: two years of unlimited charging credits at EVgo stations or a loan of up to $ 1,500 for the installation of a Tier 2 home AC charger via Qmerit. Using the 2nd (AC) charging level – up to 19.2 kW – LYRIQ can recoup 52 miles of distance every hour; Fast DC charging increases power to 190 kW, allowing you to drive 76 miles in 10 minutes.

This juice is supplied to a 12-module battery at 100 kW / h. When transferred to the rear engine, the RWD model can pedal 340 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque; the AWD version boosts it to about 500 horsepower.

The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ is scheduled to be produced at GM’s assembly plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The first deliveries are expected in early 2023.

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