Cadillac LYRIQ. Foto: General Motors/Cadillac

General Motors back in Germany: electric restart with the Cadillac Lyriq E-SUV

After an absence of seven years – General Motors sold its Opel subsidiary to the current Stellantis Group in 2017 – GM is once again launching the Lyriq electric SUV from the premium Cadillac brand in Germany, with all-wheel drive as standard in the top Luxury and Sport trim levels at a remarkable price of €80,500. The heart of the Lyriq, which is produced in Springhill, Tennessee, is the Ultium platform from General Motors, an EV drive architecture with a flexible, modular design that enables an output of 528 hp and a range of around 530 kilometers on a full charge. It can be charged at public fast-charging stations – an estimated range of 200 kilometers is achieved in just 15 minutes of charging at 190 kilowatts. The eMove360° editorial team has signed up for a test drive and will provide more details in the next eMove360° magazine issue.

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08.05.2024   |  

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