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In pics: GM's Cadillac unveils first electric SUV - Lyriq

  • The Cadillac Lyriq has been debuted about four months later than planned, with GM having postponed the reveal because of the coronavirus pandemic.
General Motors has unveiled the first in a series of Cadillac electric vehicles - the Lyriq. The all-electric mid-size SUV is due to start US production in late 2022.
1/6General Motors has unveiled the first in a series of Cadillac electric vehicles - the Lyriq. The all-electric mid-size SUV is due to start US production in late 2022.
GM has chosen the Lyriq to lead the transformation of its traditional combustion engine lineup to an electric one.
2/6GM has chosen the Lyriq to lead the transformation of its traditional combustion engine lineup to an electric one.
The highlight of the Lyriq is its mammoth 33-inch touchscreen that stretches across the cockpit and boasts twice the resolution of a 4K television.
3/6The highlight of the Lyriq is its mammoth 33-inch touchscreen that stretches across the cockpit and boasts twice the resolution of a 4K television.
All versions of Cadillac Lyriq claim to have a range of over 300 miles (around 482 kilometres). Its range would beat Audi’s e-tron and Jaguar’s I-Pace, but Tesla’s Model Y and X crossovers already boast that ability.
4/6All versions of Cadillac Lyriq claim to have a range of over 300 miles (around 482 kilometres). Its range would beat Audi’s e-tron and Jaguar’s I-Pace, but Tesla’s Model Y and X crossovers already boast that ability.
Cadillac will offer the Lyriq in rear-wheel and all-wheel drive configurations, as well as an enhanced version of Super Cruise, its hands-free driver-assistance system. The Lyriq also will be able to park itself.
5/6Cadillac will offer the Lyriq in rear-wheel and all-wheel drive configurations, as well as an enhanced version of Super Cruise, its hands-free driver-assistance system. The Lyriq also will be able to park itself.
Cadillac's Lyriq SUV is part of a bid to revitalize the flagging luxury brand and make inroads in a market so far dominated by electric carmaker Tesla.
6/6Cadillac's Lyriq SUV is part of a bid to revitalize the flagging luxury brand and make inroads in a market so far dominated by electric carmaker Tesla.
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