Cadillac Could Build Up To 200,000 Lyriqs Annually To Satisfy Demand
Cadillac says it has the ability to produce up to 200,000 examples of the all-electric Lyriq every year.
Production of the crossover recently kicked off at the automaker’s Spring Hill Assembly site where it is currently built alongside the XT5, XT6, and GMC Acadia. Given how strong demand for the Lyriq is, production volumes could soar, vice president of Cadillac, Rory Harvey, suggested to Auto News.
“We have a progressive ramp-up, but we have the ability to flex based upon customer demand and customer demand for the Lyriq is absolutely huge.”