In September, Cadillac Society noticed that customers interested in purchasing the Cadillac Lyriq could not browse available inventory on the luxury marque’s website, despite it being over a year since the battery electric vehicle officially launched. Thankfully, that’s no longer the case, as Lyriq inventory is now available for viewing on Cadillac’s website, making it much easier to find a Lyriq to buy or lease.
Available units of the Cadillac Lyriq can be found by navigating to Cadillac.com and clicking “Shop”, followed by “New Vehicle Inventory” and then using the menu to select the Lyriq. Here, interested parties will find available units of the luxury electric crossover that’s either on the dealer’s lot or is in transit to the dealer from the Spring Hill plant in Tennessee. In the case of the latter, some units display an estimated arrival date to the dealer. Shoppers can also narrow their results using filters by price, model and trim level, model year, exterior color, interior colorway and drive type, to name a few.
The ability to search for the Lyriq should help boost sales of the luxury electric crossover, as Cadillac Lyriq inventory is on the rise. However, Lyriq sales volume has been rather slim thus far.
Sales Numbers - D-Segment Luxury EV CUVs - Q3 2023 - USA
|MODEL||Q3 23 SHARE||Q3 22 SHARE||YTD 23 / YTD 22||YTD 23||YTD 22|
|TESLA MODEL Y||97%||97%||+75.62%||284,500||162,000|
Specifically, the Lyriq sold 5,334 units throughout the first three quarters of 2023, while the Tesla Model Y managed 284,500 sales during the same timeframe. Granted, Lyriq production has been quite low, resulting in the low sales volume.
There are a few changes on the way for the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq over the inaugural 2023 model year, including a restructured trim level lineup that now offers a base trim known as Tech. This model starts at $58,590, while the well-equipped Luxury 3 starts at $74,090 and the Lyriq Sport 3 starts at $74,590.
Every Lyriq trim can be outfitted with either a single Ultium Drive motor on the rear axle, or a set of Ultium Drive motors to facilitate all-wheel-drive. Opting for rear-wheel-drive grants an approximate driving range of 308 miles from a single charge, along with 340 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque. The AWD setup results in 500 total system horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque for 307 miles of driving range on a single charge.
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