Cadillac is at present testing the all-electric Lyriq and has simply launched an official ‘spy shot.’

The automotive producer first previewed the Lyriq with a present automotive in August 2020 and confirmed the manufacturing mannequin would look largely the identical. This photograph was shared to LinkedIn by Cadillac’s vice chairman of North America gross sales, service and advertising and marketing, Mahmoud Samara, and reveals a prototype lined in camouflage.

This specific prototype is being examined at Basic Motors’ testing services in Michigan and has a really comparable form to the unique Lyriq present automotive. As such, we are able to see the identical lengthy wheelbase and quick entrance and rear overhangs. The production-spec Lyriq additionally encompasses a steeply raked rear window and thick C-pillars.

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Underpinning the manufacturing mannequin might be GM’s modular EV platform that comes full with its Ultium battery pack. The flagship mannequin will sport a 100 kWh battery and be good for over 300 miles (482 km) of vary on a single cost. It is going to even be 150 kW DC fast-charging suitable and be offered in rear- and all-wheel drive configurations.

Very similar to the present automotive, the production-spec Lyriq is predicted to characteristic an expansive 33-inch LED show encompassing the digital instrument cluster and infotainment display. This display options over a billion colours and is claimed to have the very best pixel density rely of any display used within the automotive business.

Cadillac will start manufacturing of the Lyriq at its Spring Hill meeting plant in Tennessee within the first quarter of 2022.