Cadillac just unveiled its Lyriq electric car — the first all-electric vehicle the brand has ever produced and that will challenge Tesla (GM)



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On Thursday, Cadillac revealed Lyriq, the first all-electric vehicle in its history.
Lyriq is the first Cadillac to arrive as the division becomes General Motors’ lead electric brand.
Lyriq will use Cadillac’s new Ultium battery technology and offer more than 300 miles of range on a charge.
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When General Motors said in January of 2019 that Cadillac would become its lead electric brand, it was hard to know what to expect.

But 2020 is the year that the plan begins to take shape, starting with the unveiling of the Lyriq, Caddy’s first all-electric vehicle, revealed as a show car on Thursday evening.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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