I saw the live presentation , but the few videos previewing the Lyriq reveal were much more informative and interesting than the live reveal ( a static unit at a distance). The Cadillac executives discussing and explaining the technology was good, but the presentation focused too much on them and not so much on the Lyriq itself. I expect Cadillac to produce and post more details of the interiors, including the front seats and dash (which is where all Cadillac owners really see when driving!) and the rear seats and cargo area, where many owners need to carry passengers and cargo. If the Cadillac customer didn’t care about the rear and cargo, they will not buy an electric CUV. I do need that cargo area, as I plan to replace my 2009 Chevy Equinox with an electric CUV.
Raymond: Could you tell if with the rear bench seat if when it is folded down it makes a flat or almost flat deck? Those inclined folded rear seats, like on my Lincoln, make the alleged cargo carrying ability much less useful.