General Motors has been careful about launching its electric vehicles. Retention holders and investors may not be too happy with the slow progress, but with new technologies and recalls spreading like Oprah is handing them out, it’s a smart move. Still, we’re shocked that Cadillac took so long to roll out the Lyriq’s configurator. It’s finally the 2024 model year, and it finally has prices, options and everything.As a review, the 2024 Lyriq introduced the A new entry-level rear-wheel-drive trim called the Tech lowers the entry price to $58,590. The Luxury trim in the middle starts at $62,690, and the new Sport trim starts at $63,190.

We should clarify that there are still not many options. Tech trim offers all-wheel drive, one wheel choice, and one trim choice for $1,500. The three available bundles are a $2,400 driver assistance package, a $395 floor liner package, and a $375 interior protection package, which we can’t tell if there’s anything slightly less fancy than the floor liner package foot pads. As mentioned, the Tech trim doesn’t have much tech, so features like adaptive cruise control, rear pedestrian alert, high-definition surround vision, and adjustable heated mirrors all cost extra. The options page makes these seem like à la carte options, but they’re all in the driver assistance package.

There are six sub-variants of the Luxury trim, Luxury 1, 2 or 3 with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Optional 22-inch wheels are only available on the Luxury 3. New for 2024, Nappa leather upholstery will only be available as an option on the Luxury 2 and Luxury 3. It comes in two colors for $3,990 and also comes with illuminated front sill plates. The Luxury 1 is also excluded from the optional 19.2-kilowatt on-board charging module, which costs $1,480. Standard cars come with an 11.5 kW on-board charger. Tech trim cannot be upgraded to 19.2 kW units. The $1,600 panoramic power sunroof is also limited to the Luxury 2 and 3.

The Sport trim largely follows the Luxury template. One unexpected difference is that the black-painted roof that comes standard on the Luxury trim is only optional on the Sport 3 trim for $600.

No range is listed except in Tech trim, with an estimated 308 miles in RWD form and 307 miles in AWD form. The 2023 Lyriq has an EPA rating of 312 miles.

We paid $83,485 for a Radiant Red Tintcoat Sport 3 AWD with a black roof. Now that the playground is open, feel free to play.

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