Here Is 2024 Cadillac Lyriq Pricing With Options And Packages35
The 2024 Cadillac Lyriq is the second model year for the all-electric crossover, once again offering a combination of all-electric motivation, cutting-edge tech features, and Caddy-branded luxury. GM Authority previously uncovered starting MSRPs for the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq in a post published late last month, but now, we’re bringing you complete 2024 Cadillac Lyriq pricing info, including available options and packages.
As a brief reminder, 2024 Cadillac Lyriq pricing starts at $58,590 (including DFC) for the new-for-2024 Cadillac Lyriq Tech base trim. At the top of the range we find the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq Sport 3 AWD, which starts at $74,590 (including DFC).
As for the optional packages, customers have four to choose from, including the Nappa Leather Package (RPO code PCH), the Driver Assist Package (RPO code Y66), the Floor Liner Package (RPO code PDF), and the Interior Protection Package (RPO code PDH). Check out the lists below for more in-depth package content information (relevant RPO codes listed in parentheses):
The Nappa Leather Package (PCH) includes:
- First- and second-row Nappa leather seats with Mini-Perforated inserts
- Nappa leather armrests, soft-wrapped upper instrument panel and door trim
- Dark Ash genuine open-pore wood trim with backlit door accents (B7G)
- Illuminated front sill plates
The Driver Assist Package (Y66) includes:
- HD Surround Vision (UXP)
- Rear Pedestrian Alert (UKK)
- Side Bicyclist Alert (UOW)
- Enhanced Automatic Parking Assist (UKZ)
- Outside heated power-adjustable, power-folding and driver-side auto-dimming mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators and puddle lamps (DXR)
- Intersection Automatic Emergency Braking (CTB)
- Adaptive Cruise Control (KSG)
As a reminder, all the features of the Y66 Driver Assist package are included as standard for all trim levels except the base-model Tech.
The Floor Liner Package (PDF) includes:
- All-weather integrated cargo liner (CAV)
- All-weather floor liners (RIA)
The Interior Protection Package (PDH) includes:
- All-weather integrated cargo liner (CAV)
- All-weather floor mats (VAV)
Check out the table below for a full breakdown of 2024 Cadillac Lyriq pricing, including options and packages:
|RPO Code||Tech||Luxury 1||Luxury 2||Luxury 3||Sport 1||Sport 2||Sport 3|
|Nappa Leather Package||PCH||-||-||-||$3,990||-||-||$3,990|
|Driver Assist Package||Y66||$2,400||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Floor Liner Package, LPO||$395||$395||$395||$395||$395||$395||$395|
|Interior Protection Package, LPO||PDH||$375||$375||$375||$375||$375||$375||$375|
|AWD Electric Propulsion||X0E||$3,500||$3,500||$3,500||$3,500||$3,500||$3,500||$3,500|
|19.2 kW Charging Module||K2O||-||-||-||$1,480||-||-||$1,480|
|All-Weather Floor Liners, LPO||RIA||$240||$240||$240||$240||$240||$240||$240|
|All-Weather Integrated Cargo Liner, LPO||CAV||$220||$220||$220||$220||$220||$220||$220|
|All-Weather Floor Mats, LPO||VAV||$210||$210||$210||$210||$210||$210||$210|
|Highway Safety Kit, LPO||S08||$160||$160||$160||$160||$160||$160||$160|
|Cargo Area Organizer, LPO||RWU||$155||$155||$155||$155||$155||$155||$155|
|Wheel Locks, LPO||SFE||$95||$95||$95||$95||$95||$95||$95|
|Cargo Net, LPO||W2D||$85||$85||$85||$85||$85||$85||$85|
|Cadillac Edition First Aid Kit, LPO||RYT||$60||$60||$60||$60||$60||$60||$60|
|Front License Plate Bracket||VK3||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15||$15|
|Crystal White Tricoat||G1W||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225|
|Emerald Lake Metallic||G6I||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625|
|Stellar Black Metallic||GB8||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625|
|Radiant Red Metallic||GNT||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225||$1,225|
|Opulent Blue Metallic||GTR||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625||$625|
The 2024 Cadillac Lyriq is equipped with GM Ultium batteries and GM Ultium Drive motors, while the GM BEV3 platform provides the underpinnings. Production takes place at the GM Spring Hill plant in Tennessee.
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Now the federal government has re-classified the Lyriq where it will receive the $7,500 tax credit, I hope GM can build the automobile. GM spent a lot of advertisements dollars on it when they knew they could not build it. Top management blundered a lot of the ads. budget on this auto last year.
All safety features should be standard equipment for ALL GM vehicles. It’s amazing to see the lesser priced vehicles with more standard safety features isn’t it!! Tomg
The Lyrique looks like a fine automobile and I will probably eventually transition to all Electric but when are we going to see the 2024 XT4 refresh. They’re going to start production of it in late April why no spyshots yet? I’m waiting to see the new interior with new dash and console.
Great content on the option packages and which is available at each trim level.
My dealer doesn’t even have this yet….which says something about how badly GM/Cadillac has botched the Lyric rollout.
Your Dealership does have this information, GM has been giving the dealerships all this information, just tells you your dealership isn’t paying attention. Most of this stuff was revealed early by Dealership meetings with GM by a Dealership that regularly posts on the Cadillac forums.
What is the difference between 2024 Lyriq trim levels of luxury 2 and luxury 3? Does someone know where I can find the difference between the various trim levels of this car?
Thank you, this is very helpful.
Had the same question…Thanks for the info!
SUPER CRUISE availability and pricing!?!?!?!?!?
It’s Standard on Lux 2/Sport2 and 3 of the Lyriq and not available on Tech or Lux 1/Sport1
Thank you. Where did you find that information?
There is a 2024 Order Guide out and about that lists all this.
I linked to it in the above posts
Where’s the HUD? It’s not listed in the features.
GM is having issues with the Supplier of the new HUD, it isn’t available for the 24, for now.
J’ai réservé la Lyriq 1 ère édition le 18 septembre 2021 au Québec. Es-que j’ai droit au même rabais ,privileges que ceux des U.S.A. ?Car je fais parti de l’Amérique du Nord. Le Canada produit aussi des pièces concernant les batteries etc… de GM
Thanks for some of the best photos yet of that awful rear end. I am still unsure what they were smoking when that got designed and approved.
Thanks to Meh for the detailed order package link.
Here is my problem. Lux 2 column says $66,990. What does that include? Is it $3500 more for AWD (originally was only $2K)? Or do I interpret that as those things that are listed as Options are included in the $66,990 and only the “Extra-Charge Colors get added to that cost? If the $66,990 doesn’t include the options and the destination charge, then these prices are a deal breaker for me.
The Order Guide Tells you what is Standard For Each Trim level.
Stepping up to AWD is a $3,500 addition.
Each Trim level up will have Available Options from the previous Trim as Standard or have additional options the previous Trim did not have as Standard or Available.
No Super Cruise? I’m never going to buy a car without that.
Read above, it has Super Cruise.
Anyone know if the 2024’s will still have the “up to $1,500” electric wiring assistance?
So, leather is only available on top tier models?!
I wish i could just get the 2023 AWD that I ordered the price has gone way up on the lyriq !!!
If you have a 2023 Reservation and are moved to 2024 GM is giving you a $5000 private offer off the 2024 prices.
Have not seen that from GM so far as that is my case.
Lux 2 seems to be the one I would want. Super Cruise and driver assist are included in that version as far as I can determine.
Check the Cadillac Forums, a Dealership that regularly posts there is the source.
Do you have a link to that forum?
Wondering if this could have been a reference to the $5K given to some early owners to let Cadillac track and use data from their Lyriqs.
Well apparently GMA didn’t like me linking to off-site and all my posts with links are either hidden or removed… Just go to Google and search cadillacforums….
Here is the quote from Lockhart Cadillac:
“Cadillac also announced a private offer of $5000 for Lyriq customers that ordered between 5/18/22 – 11/30/22 for the 2023 Lyriq. There will be a manifest list sent to the dealers that they will go off of and reach out to the customer to let them know. 2024 Lyriqs will also have the Qmerit $1500 offer or the 2 years of EVGo.”
Does that $1500 have to be spent through Qmerit? They are just a referral system that takes a fee for giving you the name of a local electrician who the claim to have vetted their work.
I thought I read that you just produced receipts for the work done by a licensed electrician.
Has anyone here used that credit?
I’m in the same boat – ordered the 2023 AWD on day one (5/18/2022) and our salesperson in South Florida has no ETA info. So if we will get a private $5K off offer on the 2024 AWD then I feel better and won’t shop for another EV. It hasn’t been encouraging so far in terms of Lyriq news. 🙁
I found that post last night and saw it was from my dealership!
Sent an email last night with that post ro my contact at Lockhart and this morning he confirmed that the program is real and I was on the list!
Class act by Cadillac to get the price of the ’24 back to the original ’23 quote.
We are not out of the woods yet on the full $7500 tax credit. Next is US manufacturing (Lyriq checks that) and battery material sourcing, which might not meet the requirements. My feeling is that mostly likely is a $3750 credit unless Cadillic works the same magic on the source rules as the SUV definition.
Are there plans to offer Plugless, WiTrisity, or other wireless induction systems to the Lyriq or other vehicles?
I’ve been charging with my wireless system for almost 9 years and I’m not sure I could go back to plugging in my cars at-home again.