The American company, General Motors, announced the date of sale of the Cadillac Lyric 2023 electric car in global markets, which is the first production Cadillac electric car, and Cadillac will start producing its fully electric car in less than a week from now.
"Production of the 2023 Lyriq RWD will begin March 21, with delivery expected in May 2022," Cadillac Vice President Rory Harvey said.
It is worth noting that the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq was launched less than two years ago, and that was in August of the year 2020, but at that time the company did not clarify the production plans and launch date in the global markets, and this sparked the public's interest; That Cadillac will start producing its fully electric car within a short period starting from next Monday, March 21, 2022, so that customers can later order their copy of the newest 2023 cars online starting from May 19, 2022.
Official information indicates that Cadillac's production facility will be in Spring Hill, Tennessee, and the facility will begin delivering new Cadillac Lyric 2023 cars to dealers in May of this year.
Cadillac wanted to attract the attention of the public when it revealed the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq, as it wanted to attract nearly 200,000 people and build about 3,200 copies of the car, but the number of people who registered to know the specifications of the car may exceed more than 233,000 people, and thus Cadillac has increased its production target to produce 25,000 copies of the Lyric 2023.
"We don't yet know how many hand winches will meet production for this model, but demand at the moment is huge," Rory Harvey, Cadillac's global vice president, told a group of reporters Tuesday.
As for the specifications of the Lyric 2023, it was built as the first fully electric car on the new Ultium platform from General Motors, the same on which the 2022 GMC Hummer EV truck is also based.
The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq can cover a distance of more than 483 km on a single electric charge, and the car can be charged by household electricity or by relying on a DC fast charger with an electric current higher than 150 kW.