Cadillac debuts all-electric Lyriq crossover
DETROIT — Cadillac’s first ever all-electric vehicle has arrived.The century-old brand unveiled the Lyriq crossover Thursday night in a webcast, starting Cadillac’s transition as the leading electric brand for General Motors Co. By the end of the decade, Cadillac aims will sell more vehicles powered by battery than gasoline.“Lyric really is a cornerstone upon which we’re going to build the future, and that future will include additional EVs that we’ll be adding to Lyric over the next few years to build out our complete EV lineup,” Steve Carlisle, executive vice president and president for GM N...
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Cadillac unveils its first all-electric vehicle
Luxury automaker Cadillac on Thursday unveiled its first all-electric vehicle, hoping to gain an edge in the segment currently dominated by Tesla.The Lyriq won't be produced until 2022 but Cadillac, General Motors' luxury brand, has promised that most of its models will be electric by 2030.GM already produces hybrid or electric cars like the Chevrolet Volt and Bolt, but aims to develop 20 models of all-electric vehicles by 2023.The battery powering the Lyriq was unveiled in March. Dubbed the Ultium, it boasts the capacity to run more than 300 miles (500 kilometers) on a single charge, Cadillac...