On July 22nd, According tomedia reports, The Lyriq, Cadillac’s first all-electric SUV, will feature a 33-inch, oversized curved OLED screen that will cover most of the dashboard inside the vehicle. According to the published information, the screen is divided into three display areas, the left area shows the range and charging recommendations, the middle area shows speed, mileage and navigation information, the right area shows entertainment information and more accurate map information.
In addition, the 33-inch giant screen integrates features such as GM’s newly developed “Super Cruiser” driver assistance system.
Bill Thompson, GM’s senior design manager for UI Design, said the design concept for the machine screen is a continuation of the 2021 Cadillac Carlyle, which has improved in terms of vision, sense of use and humanization.
He said the user can operate directly, but also through the rotary controller under the console for the information and entertainment system switch.
According to previous lyriq, Lyriq will be based on GM’s new electric platform BEV3, he will also be equipped with GM’s own-grown Ultium battery system, battery capacity location.
The new car will be released on August 6, North American time, and then mass-produced in 2022.