The Cadillac Lyriq-V is a future performance-oriented model of the Lyriq that will be the first electric Cadillac to wear the storied V-Series badge.
Following is speculative and unconfirmed information about the Cadillac Lyriq-V. We will update this page on a regular basis to reflect the latest learnings.
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|Assembly location||GM Spring Hill Assembly Plant, Tennessee, USA|
|Battery||GM Ultium (module count TBD)|
|Max Horsepower||600 (expected)|
|Max Torque||600 (expected)|
|Availability||North America, China, Middle East|
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Cadillac Lyriq V-Series Hinted At By Cadillac Executive
During a press briefing about the Cadillac Lyriq in April 2021, Global Cadillac VP, Rory Harvey, was asked about a potential high-performance Lyriq variant, possibly something under the marque’s V-Series line of vehicles. Although Harvey’s response didn’t outline concrete plans to bring a Cadillac Lyriq-V to market, it did indicate that a Cadillac Lyriq V-Series was indeed under consideration.
“I’m not going to answer that question directly at this point in time, we need some other information to talk about that,” Harvey said. “But the way that I would respond to that is that if you look to Cadillac in the past, having sporty variants has been part of our heritage and we understand that there is a need and a desire and that is something that we’re looking at and evaluating looking forward. So more to come on that.”
Then, nearly two years later, Cadillac Society noticed that a “V” trim level was an option on the Cadillac Accessories website, serving as our first official proof that a Lyriq-V is, in fact, on the way.
Here’s what we expect from the Cadillac Lyriq-V:
- Based on/around Lyriq Sport trim, which includes black accents in place of chrome accents
- Darker bezels around front lighting
- Unique front fascia
- Unique upper grille
- Unique “mesh”-style lower grille similar to current ICE-powered V-Series models
- Unique body kit
- Unique lower rear fascia
- Trim-specific wheels and tires
- Body-color wheel arches
- V-Series badging
- V-Series badging
- Unique seat colorway(s)
Powertrain & Performance
- Bigger, more powerful motors
- Total system power around 550 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque
- High-performance all-wheel-drive (AWD) configuration
- Around 300 miles of range from a single charge