GM Opted Out of Hybrid Cadillac Lyriq Model and Went All-Electric

General Motors is getting to work on its commitment to transform its vehicles into an all-electric fleet by 2035 with the introduction of the Cadillac Lyriq. Mark Reuss, president of GM, said that the company opted to go all-electric with the Lyriq instead of hybrid because he argued those vehicles might even have “worse greenhouse gas conditions than even a traditional internal combustion vehicle” and he felt it was more cost-effective for the consumer. He noted that the Lyriq would be released in the first quarter of 2022, nine months ahead of what was scheduled previously.
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