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2023 Cadillac Lyriq Orders Are Being Punted To 2024 Model Year

2023 Cadillac Lyriq Orders Are Being Punted To 2024 Model Year

During a recent media briefing, Cadillac global vice president, Rory Harvey, revealed that some 2023 Cadillac Lyriq orders are being shifted over to the 2024 model year.

Cadillac did not specify just how many 2023 Cadillac Lyriq orders are being shifted to the 2024 model year, but it did indicate that customers were offered an incentive to change their orders, though specifics were not disclosed.

There have been several Cadillac Lyriq customers who claimed on social media to have been offered a $5,000 incentive to swap their 2023 orders to the 2024 model year, although this figure has not been officially confirmed.

“The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq was offered at an introductory MSRP for our first EV customers,” a Cadillac spokesperson told Cadillac Society. “As we transition to model year 2024, Lyriq customers with an unfulfilled 2023 order were able to take advantage of a private offer to apply toward their 2024 Lyriq purchase or lease.”

While the luxury marque has accelerated its assembly of the Lyriq in recent months, the fact of the matter is that production numbers have been fairly low thus far. Specifically, a total of 8,195 units of the Lyriq rolled off the assembly line during the 2022 calendar year, but only 122 units were delivered during the same period; both figures are for the United States. So far, it seems that all of the units produced and delivered last year were Debut Edition models, which, as the name suggests, represent the first-ever units of the luxury electric crossover to be offered. 

However, now that quality issues have been addressed, such as a cracked liftgate panel and teething issues with the 33-inch curved instrument panel display, production and subsequent deliveries of the Lyriq are expected to increase as line rate at the Spring Hill plant ramps up in the coming months for the 2024 model year.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.


  1. Unbelievable…. That means those of us who ordered Luxuries on may 19th 2022, and did *NOT* order BLACK, but, at a $3,000 increase in the MSRP over the essentially identical DEBUT model, had our contractual orders changed to it, are now being totally cancelled and the equivalent 2024 model, at $5,495 more expensive than the exact same 2023, might be given $5,000 off.

    And of course having to wait longer.

    I emailed 20 different dealers for cars seen on cars dot com, and while not admitting anything out of place initially, they finally admitted to a dealer that the don’t have ANY cars and the are all just orders to be cancelled in the future like mine.

    Any BLUE models at DEBUT pricing seen there are totally fictional, since the DEBUT had only 2 colors, and as I explained before, all 2023s going forward will be black, except now all those orders are cancelled ALSO !!!

  2. Cadillac doing the Blackwing shuffle with the Lyriq’s now. This tells me that the parts supply chain issues have not been resolved. People who ordered Blackwings were left waiting well over a year and or had to change to the next year model that ended up costing them $7500-$10,000 more !


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