2024 Cadillac Lyriq To Get More Traditional Trim Level Lineup11
The 2024 Cadillac Lyriq will have a more traditional trim-level lineup that follows the same trim level strategy as other Cadillac products like the XT4 and XT5 crossovers.
The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq launched with the limited-run Debut Edition trim level and will also be available in the Luxury RWD and Luxury AWD configurations. As many GM Authority readers will know, the Luxury serves as the base trim level in Cadillac’s product portfolio, which means the 2023 model year Lyriq is only being sold in the least expensive trim for the time being.
This will change for the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq, with GM likely to offer a more traditional trim level lineup. It will likely consist of the base Luxury trim, as well as the two Premium Luxury and Sport branches. Uplevel Platinum versions of the Premium Luxury and Sport trim levels may also be offered, however Cadillac has yet to confirm this.
We also expect Cadillac will offer additional exterior colors on the 2024 Lyriq. As we reported previously, the 2023 model year offers a total of four exterior colors, including Opulent Blue Metallic, Crystal White Tricoat, Satin Steel Metallic and Stellar Black Metallic. Only two interior colors are being offered for 2023, Noir and Sky Cool Gray, so it seems likely GM will also expand interior color options for the coming model year. Similarly, the Luxury trim level is only available with Inteluxe simulated leather upholstery, so real leather may come on higher trim levels for 2024, along with additional interior and exterior trim options and additional 20-inch and 22-inch wheel options.
GM Authority also confirmed the Cadillac Lyriq will eventually be offered with heated outboard rear seats, although these are not offered on any of the 2023 model year trim levels.
GM has likely opted to simplify the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq order books in the first model year, as this is a brand new EV that will take some time to reach full production capacity at the GM Spring Hill plant in Tennessee. More potential build configurations can complicate the production process, slowing the line down at a time when the Lyriq is in extremely high demand.
Pricing for the 2023 Lyriq Luxury RWD starts at $62,990, while the Luxury AWD model is priced from $64,990. GM has sold out its available pre-order slots for the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq, but is accepting waiting list reservations for 2023, as well as reservations for the 2024 model year.
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Offer it with zero sunroof (metal only roof), rear wheel drive and without so much stuff at a fair price (nice lease offer) and I would be interested sometime next year. But if that glass roof will be standard with every model, it’s a no go for me.
I’m still really hopeful that Buick will offer some type of EV sedan that’s not too big that would fit my budget. Something like my Malibu size and features, but an EV with around 200 miles of range. Perfect.
I would prefer a traditional sliding sunroof/moonroof.
Stephen B: I don’t mind when they offer sunroof’s for those who like and want them. What I can’t stand is when they make that s**t standard and expect everyone to take it or buy something else. I’ve actually walked away from buying a car because it had the sunroof and was more expensive than the others without.
the lack of rear seat amenities of any kind is a damned embarrassment.
This is the base trim. The premium luxury and Sport will add amenities to be gotten. In the order guide they only have the luxury trim listed. As a standard package the 2023s are extraordinarily well-equipped. You won’t see too many standard trim luxury cars equipped this well.
Love the looks !! Can I get it with a little DMax ??
If it had photovoltaic paint and charged without electricity then it would be interesting!
Nice looking but I expected it to be a more dramatic departure from today’s vehicles. We will be looking at it in 2024.
It reminds me of an Aztek so I find it to be ugly. I’m curious to hear anyone’s opinion about what specifically they like about it.
Well I’m not crazy about that silly LED light show every time you walk up to the car – hopefully in the ‘settings’ this could optionally be disabled since I don’t want to attract attention to myself that I am driving an upscale car…
But I am intrigued by the glass roof, and think the sides of the car are very stylish… The front of the car to me looks like a 1958 Chrysler, but then I’ve always admired Chrysler styling – generally..
The inside looks very inviting, with upscale controls, seats, and finishes….A Decent sound system to boot.
The comment that GM has a ‘take it or leave it attitude’ is, granted, a bit irksome…. They could have taken $3,000 off my 2022 BOLT EUV for things I didn’t want or need, and similarly – I and many others can’t ever possibly use an 80 ampere (100 amp circuit required) home charger – as well as unlimited free public charging EVGO CARD for 2 years… So likewise they could have taken around $4,000 off the Lyriq base by decontenting, but leaving all the luxury items intact…. Toyota/Lexus do this all the time.
Since hearing about the ‘free fuel for 2 years’ my nephew plans on ‘borrowing’ the card and using it to refuel his extended TOTALLY FREE vacation driving next year in an older ‘fast charging’ vehicle – so at least someone will get some use out of it.
Have my order in for the AWD variant. I agree the light show is a little silly, but it doesn’t really bother me. Either you’ll be able to turn it off, or it’s easy enough to ignore.
I like the looks. It definitely has the Cadillac family look, and I’m happy they did something interesting up front. In general, like the side profile better than most crossovers, reminds my a bit of a station wagon.
I think for the price it has the right level of tech and functionality. Also like that the interior looks like an upgraded car, not something my kid designed with cardboard and an iPad to work with.
The glass roof, yea could have done without, but there is a shade so I’ll use it when I want, and covered when not. I’ve owned lots of cars with sunroofs, don’t think I’ve ever opened one for more than cleaning it.