Electric crossover: An XT4-sized electric crossover, named the Optiq or Symboliq, is expected to launch in 2024, built at Ramos Arizpe Assembly in Mexico.
Lyriq: The midsize crossover, planned to reach dealerships in the first half of 2022, will have a base price of $59,990, including shipping, and a Cadillac-estimated 300 miles of range on a full charge. It will feature one-pedal driving and regenerative braking on demand, which allows drivers to control how quickly they slow down or come to a stop using a paddle on the steering wheel. Super Cruise also will be available. The Lyriq will be built in Spring Hill, Tenn.
Electric large crossover: An XT6-sized crossover, using whichever "-iq" name doesn't go on the electric XT4-sized crossover, is slated to launch in 2024, likely built in Spring Hill, Tenn.
Escalade/Escalade ESV: After the 2020 redesign, the Escalade and Escalade ESV will be freshened in 2024. U.S. volume for Cadillac's top seller nearly doubled to 20,716 vehicles in the first half of 2021.
Electric full-size SUVs: Cadillac plans to launch an electric SUV similar in size to the Escalade in 2024, followed by a larger one the size of the Escalade ESV in 2025. The SUVs will be built at Factory Zero in Detroit and are expected to exist alongside the gasoline-powered Escalade and ESV until at least 2029.