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Cadillac’s first electric vehicle goes after Tesla

Cadillac's first electric vehicle goes after Tesla

Cadillac introduced its first all-electric vehicle Thursday evening and it’s a luxury crossover SUV. It’s taking on both of Tesla’s SUVs: the new “budget” Model Y and the pricy Model X

The LYRIQ (yes, all caps officially, but we’re calling it the Lyriq) was supposed to launch back in April, but because of COVID-19 its debut was pushed back four months to a virtual event. It’s not supposed to even start production until the end of 2022.

The online reveal finally showed how the American automobile brand is going fully electric. The Lyriq is supposed to hit at least 300 miles on a single charge using General Motors’ Ultium battery systemUltium will power all of GM’s future EVs aside from the newest Chevy Bolt models. For the Lyriq, this means it’s fast-charging capable and uses a battery made with less environmentally and socially harmful cobalt. Read more…

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