After a long wait, it seems that Cadillac decided to catch up in the market share before fully finishing a strong lineup of options. Namely, the AWD option. The focus on technology strated them away from an important fact. That SUVs are not only bought for the space they offer, but also for the capable power train.
With every single competitor launching an AWD model, I think Cadillac should offer that option even with a delayed delivery schedule.
I agree . I live in the Midwest and weather makes AWD important to me . May be its not offered so it will have extended battery life . Ive noticed that they plan on changing tire size on production model. I think it will change look to much ,not sure if Ill like it .
Cadillac did announced that a AWD option is possible in the future, but you naysayers are denying the good news instead of waiting. Probably none of you can afford it anyway. So get your own luxury AWD SUV somewhere else. Let us true Cadillac admirers enjoy the Lyriq as it will be offered now.