The General Motors brand’s electric offering is now rolling off Cadillac’s Spring Hill Tenn. assembly line. The first to arrive for the 2023 model year is a 340-horsepower rear-wheel-drive model at a $60,000 list price, plus destination fees. The maximum range is expected to top 300 miles. This will be followed by 500-horsepower dual-motor all-wheel-drive version in calendar 2023, with a sticker price of about $65,000. A sedan called the Celestiq will come after that. It’s expected to use the same battery-electric propulsion as the Lyriq. Also in the works for 2023 is an electric Escalade, and for 2024, a smaller utility vehicle.

The rear-wheel-drive Cadillac Lyriq rings in at about $60,000, while the all-wheel-drive model will start at about $65,000.

Cadillac’s Lyriq officially joins the electric revolution: