Cadillac is expected to have a fully electric portfolio within a decade and the midsize Lyriq crossover represents the first glimpse at the brand’s electrification push, described by General Motors as the “spearhead” of its push into EVs. U.S. production of the Lyriq will start in late 2022 and begin sooner in China. It will be among the first vehicles powered by GM’s proprietary Ultium batteries, developed through a joint venture with LG Chem.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 prototype is equipped with three motors attached to the front differential and four attached to the rear, and is powered by a 56.8-kWh battery made of nickel manganese cobalt pouch cells.
The redesigned Porsche 911 lineup will expand again with the arrival of the Turbo variant in early 2021, following the Turbo S. Available as either a coupe or convertible, the 911 Turbo is powered by a twin-turbo, six-cylinder boxer engine with 572 hp and 553 pound-feet of torque along with an eight-speed PDK transmission. Porsche says the 911 Turbo was widened by around 1.78 inches to accommodate a new chassis and features a larger active front spoiler and larger variable rear spoiler for better aerodynamics.
Maserati's first electrified car, the Ghibli Hybrid, features a new grille design and blue trim detailing on its three side air ducts. It is powered by a 325-hp, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine coupled with a 48-volt belt starter generator.