2024 Cadillac Lyriq Available With New Power Panoramic Dual-Panel Sunroof22
The 2024 Cadillac Lyriq introduces the second model year for the all-electric crossover, debuting a number of important changes and updates compared to the initial 2023 model year. Among the updates and changes introduced for the 2024 model year is a new power panoramic dual-panel sunroof.
The new power panoramic dual-panel sunroof on offer for the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq is tagged with RPO code CAJ, and includes a power retractable sunshade. The power panoramic dual-panel sunroof replaces the standard fixed glass roof (RPO code CFD), which also includes a power retractable sunshade.
The new power panoramic dual-panel sunroof is offered as optional on 2024 Cadillac Lyriq Luxury 2 (equipment group 1SD), Luxury 3 (equipment group 1SE), Sport 2 (equipment group 1SJ), and Sport 3 (equipment group 1SK) trim levels. Pricing is set at $1,600 across the board. Note that the power panoramic dual-panel sunroof is not available on the base-level 2024 Cadillac Lyriq Tech (equipment group 1SA), Luxury 1 (equipment group 1SC), or Sport 1 (equipment group 1SF) trim levels.
According to GM, the new power panoramic dual-panel sunroof incorporates a tempered glass construction, as compared to the laminated construction of the fixed panoramic roof equipped by the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq. Both features permit the same amount of visible light transmission into the cabin, or roughly 17 percent. However, the available power panoramic dual-panel sunroof allows a higher level of UV light transmission, up to 10 percent, as compared to less than 2 percent UV light transmission transmitted via the fixed panoramic roof.
Among the big updates for the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq is the introduction of the Tech trim level, which slots in as the new base trim of the lineup and restructures Cadillac’s Y-trim level hierarchy. Pricing for the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq starts at $58,590.
Motivation is derived from GM Ultium batteries and GM Ultium Drive motors, while the GM BEV3 platform is found under the skin. Both RWD and AWD are offered. Production of the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq will begin this March at the GM Spring Hill plant in Tennessee.
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Really wanted the AWD and noise canceling system and now I would want this option as well.
Are you sure about the movable sunroof?
Unless Cadillac has been doing some secret engineering tests, from my experience with an other brand, a large % of first year sunroofs will leak, making owners essentially beta testers. I’m concerned about the AWD system, but am willing to take the risk. I am not willing to pile on more things that can go wrong, but YMMV.
will the 2024 have available head up display on any trim levels if not i know a lot of friends and family that will buy a BMW instead
The 2024 does not have HUD. I think it has something to do with a supplier issue. All of the ’24s are spoken for by reservation holders, so I’m not so sure many of those friends and family members have a choice between this and a BMW anyway unless they already have a reservation for one.
Salty: You said, “ All of the ’24s are spoken for by reservation holders….”. Do you have a source for that?
I am not aware that Cadillac has announced how many pre-orders there are on the wait list, or what their planned (not pie in the sky PR “goals”) production numbers will be.
Don’t you need both numbers to confirm that all the 2024’s are spoken for?
To all – I have a 2024 reservation and willing to participate with it. After looking at the total build price. I’m going to wait for a used one. I’m sure I’m not the only person either.
All of the 2023 Lyriqs are spoken for by reservation holders. Those on the waitlist for 2024 models are just now being given the opportunity to reserve and configure theirs.
A higher level of UV light transmission probably won’t be a deal-breaker for some.
I posted in another thread that my dealer will not add dealer packs or market adjustments to those on the pre-order list, charging only MSRP. However, if someone further down on the list (or presumably not on the list as it gets toward the end) is offered an ordered car that is released, the dealer reserves the option to add those extra fees. I expect most dealers will do the same.
All these features and models of the Lyriq and only 122 have been delivered! Many people ordered one more than a a year ago…production started more than 2 years ago and yet no one really has one Instead of showing off all these new features and options, how about actually producing the vehicle as originally stated and delivering to the public. GM is full of excuses and no real delivery numbers to the public. I have never seen a Lyriq on an street in the US and I travel a lot. I’m thinking of pulling my 1K deposit and actually buying something that is really made.
Hopefully, they delayed the availability of the sunroof to avoid teething troubles. Now if they’ll just get rid of the black wheel arches.
The US is a mostly (when the government doesn’t interfere) a free market capitalist economy. The price GM sets for any particular vehicle is up to them. Their “customers” are actually their dealers, not the end users (us) and the manufacturers can and do adjust their prices to dealers frequently (and opaquely) as a business decision to adjust how many cars they produce and sell.
The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is just that – a SUGGESTED price. The dealer is free to charge whatever they want – more or less than the MSRP. As long as the dealer discloses the true sales price up front, ethics has nothing to do with it.
The price a dealer asks is also a business decision. My dealer has agreed not to pack or change over MSRP on ordered cars and for that I’m grateful. If he would have added extra costs, I have the option to find a dealer who will sell at the MSRP, or buy something else. That is my business decision.
Tesla does not use dealers and consumers buy directly from them, where they are permitted by state laws to do that. It gives them an advantage in setting the price directly to the consumer. That may well be the future of the car business if dealers keep pushing prices consistently above MSRP.
I’m one of those still waiting to take delivery of the Debut Edition. I was told it was built back in November and was given a VIN # by my dealer. The VIN comes back as a 23 Lyriq, but dealer has no idea when this will ship out. I was told start of the year Jan/Feb time frame. Well it’s mid FEb and still waiting. This is beyond frustrating and with Teslas dropping in price I’m on the fence now.
It does make you wonder what’s the hold up? They ought to keep known buyers informed better. Not keeping you informed is a good way to lose customers for good, something old GM was quite good at in all sorts of ways.
I received an invite from my local dealer to configure my new Lyriq recently……. All for only $5000 over invoice.
I will transition to Tesla or another auto maker. MSRP+ is unethical at best.
All this GM Lyriq nonsense with their very limited 2022 production, limited colors, delays and moving at the speed of molasses was so ridiculous, we got tired of waiting and decided to buy the Kia EV6, which has an interior curved dashboard that is very similar to the Lyriq. The EV6 was announced during the Super Bowl 2022 and we bought a beautiful red metallic RWD “Wind” model with 310 miles of range just 2-1/2 months later in April 2022. Kia’s G-EMP 800-volt platform is much more advanced than GM’s Ultium 400-volt platform in the Lyriq. As an example, we took a trip to Yosemite in May 2022 and the DC Fast charging was so fast (almost twice as fast as the Lyriq) we didn’t even have time to eat lunch before it fully charged from 5% to 100% in 40 minutes in Bakersfield after driving 285 miles. And it went from 10% to 80% (217 miles) in 18 minutes, just as Kia advertized. (FYI – Lyriq in 18 minutes only adds 137 miles of range (only 76 miles in 10 minutes) and the math shows that from 5% to 100% (292 miles) it will take 60 minutes and those are based on the EPA figures and advertized figures, but my figures are real. Also the 2024 Lyriq will now only get 308 mile EPA range, not 312 miles like the 2023 model was advertized to get. The Kia EPA range is 310 miles!!
There were plenty of 350KW charging stations from Las Vegas all the way to Yosemite, so we had no problem finding them and using them flawlessly. Going there we only needed one charging stop at Bakersfield, CA after traveling 285 miles!! The Kia EV6 is truly a joy to own and use.
True about GM nonsense….I looked at the EV6 and it is more $$ compared to the AWD Lyriq once you add the packages. I also don’t think there is a Fed rebate. The EV6 has about 5/6 the interior space and I didn’t see any tow options. It is also only about 230 HP for the RWD with a 77KW batt. The AWD uses the same batt and has 525HP but now the range is only 206 compared to the Lyriq 307. AWD is a must in the nothern states esp. since the single wheel drives for most EVs are RWD which is a major flaw in snow states. The EV6 AWD starts around $62K so price wise it is not cheaper in price.
The advantage of the EV6 is that it is an 800 Volt system so it charges much faster 10 – 80% in 18 minutes ….if you can find a functioning 350 kW DCFC. It has an 11 kW onboard charger if your home has the wiring for it.
In the northern area there are very few 350KW chargers even along the major roads and definitely none out in the rurals. While fast charging is a plus it also creates issues. Most chargers now charge for dead time still attached so if your car can really charge in 20 minutes it means you have to stay with the car so you can unplug it and avoid standing charges for using the space up unless you can set a lower charging rate. That may be too tight in some cases if you want to go off and eat etc. If the Lyriq could charge 80-90 % in 40 minutes I would be okay with that assuming it is a real scenario. Too early to get any info from real users. EVGO has a lot of older 50KW chargers and some 200KW already out there (200 and up ideal assuming this Lyriq negotiates correctly with EV suppliers).
I also haven’t hard squat about the free 2 year charging from EVGO and GM that was in place when I placed my order. No new EVGO chargers in the north from what I have researched at Pilot or Flying stations. Waiting to hear the excuses that GM and EVGo will eventually put out when they pull this perk.