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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by CadillacSA View Post
    To be fair they did use "passion", "aspirational" and "going forward" a lot so they must know what they are talking about.
    Don't forget "reimagining." Very important. How about "empowering"? I can only skip around on these videos, I'm certainly not going to spend 40 minutes looking for 30 seconds worth of information.

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Overall I really like the design.

    Though this area needs more work before production. There are way too many seams, and looks cluttered and jumbdled.

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by EJD1984 View Post
    Overall I really like the design.

    Though this area needs more work before production. There are way too many seams, and looks cluttered and jumbdled.

    Yes. There are a lot of seams and angles here. But I kinda like this design.
    It's the lower half tail lights that seem off. I mean, why have them? It just looks odd to me.

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by mgescuro View Post
    Yes. There are a lot of seams and angles here. But I kinda like this design.
    It's the lower half tail lights that seem off. I mean, why have them? It just looks odd to me.
    That's how I feel about the lower stack.. what they can do is extend the bodywork to the end of the fin and recess the reverse lights inside the fin
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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by dannyg View Post
    Yes if it is a $75K vehicle, as some reports suggest, that isnít really an XT5 replacement. Maybe price will surprise on the low side?



    They also added the 2.0T to the XT5, Iím not sure theyíre going to axe the cheaper XT5 when the Lyriq comes out...again assuming its $75K.
    I donít think itís in direct coalition to the Lyriq at all. There will be a different model for a direct replacement to the XT5 but will we see a next gen model at all. We see ice replacements for Buick but Caddy could be the one switching over the fastest. Leaving the sedans and the Slade since they are the newest models.
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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by BORG View Post
    Somebody hire this guy! Fixed everything wrong with the rear in a few hours!
    Ha, I'd love to design cars for a living - don't want to be up north though.

    Quote Originally Posted by EJD1984 View Post
    Overall I really like the design.

    Though this area needs more work before production. There are way too many seams, and looks cluttered and jumbdled.
    The entire rear end is a horrible mish-mash of creases, lines, and seams and way too busy - that's why I tried to clean it up in the changes I did. It's even worse in that close up shot, yikes.

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by BORG View Post
    Somebody hire this guy! Fixed everything wrong with the rear in a few hours!
    Ha, I'd love to design cars for a living - don't want to be up north though.

    Quote Originally Posted by EJD1984 View Post
    Overall I really like the design.

    Though this area needs more work before production. There are way too many seams, and looks cluttered and jumbdled.
    The entire rear end is a horrible mish-mash of creases, lines, and seams and way too busy - that's why I tried to clean it up in the changes I did. It's even worse in that close up shot, yikes.

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    The Lyriq reveal video on Twitter now has had 3.1 million viewers.
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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by SKH View Post
    With the rear view camera mirror, it’s really not a problem imo..
    The side view is also poor

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    I don't know, I'm torn because upon my initial look, it's ugly is what I thought. But then, it does have a nice silhouette. It's the certain detailing in the front and rear, somewhat overwrought IMO and VERY bold in its execution. I do like the lighting also.

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Quote Originally Posted by JTL2017 View Post
    Looks nice but Iím worried about the production version. While I do like the interior, it seems very blingy with a lot of piano black and metal/ chrome.
    Quote Originally Posted by rmc523 View Post
    It's a concept or preview at best. There are a ton of details you can tell aren't production-feasible.
    Wait, they revealed a concept car?

    Man they are following in Tesla's footsteps.
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    Re: GM Reveals Cadillac Lyriq

    Great job with merging design with functional features and leading edge technologies. My question is, what will it be like owning this vehicle at the 5 year and beyond point?
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    Great job with merging design with functional features and leading edge technologies. My question is, what will it be like owning this vehicle at the 5 year and beyond point?
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