The Lyriq charts the course for Cadillac’s future portfolio of electric vehicles. It does so with an initial thunderclap of style: with its abbreviated and raised tail, a broad laser-lit front end, vertical headlights and the stance of a cornerback, the Lyriq nails its styling assignment. It’s a descendant of the old “Art & Science” school, for sure—one that’s seemingly a century ahead of that theme’s time. The cabin’s dramatic swoops of textured aluminum and sweeping digital displays signal progress on another vector. It’s trimmed to a lush, technical gloss that cuts almost all ties with Cadillac’s past.
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