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Cadillac To Unveil Its New Pure Electric Car At Shanghai Auto Show: Furnished With A 33-inch Billion-color Ring-type Super Retina Screen

Cadillac's new car will debut in China: equipped with a 33-inch billion-color ring screen super retina screen

Wednesday, 7 April 2021

/ by Ella Rose
Today, Cadillac officially announced that its intelligent pure electric concept car LYRIQ will make its world premiere at the Shanghai Auto Show. The new car is equipped with a 33-inch ring-type super retina display, which will be made by SAIC GM in the future.

As Cadillac's first pure electric SUV, LYRIQ will be built on the GM BEV3 platform and positioned as a medium-sized pure electric SUV.

The new car has a very sci-fi appearance, such as the front air intake grille and car logo, which can be gradually lit up, which is highly recognizable, in line with the sense of the future that an electric car should bring.

This time the official also announced the interior of the new car, which is equipped with the industry's first 33-inch super retina OLED screen and supports one billion color displays. And cover the instrument area and central control area, integrated navigation, entertainment system, lighting control, etc.

It is said that this screen has the highest pixel density among all screens used in the automotive industry.

At the same time, the dual-vision laser holographic AR HUD, in conjunction with the newly developed "Super Cruise" driver assistance system developed by General Motors, further enhances the sense of technology and safety during driving.

Lyriq will be equipped with Ultium battery packs, and has the industry's first wireless battery management system, which can reduce cables by 90%. The battery system can also be iteratively upgraded through vehicle OTA. It is reported that a single charge can travel more than 300 miles (482 kilometers).

Cadillac will be produced at General Motors' Spring Hill plant in Tennessee in the first quarter of 2022. At the same time, it will also be produced at the Cadillac plant in Shanghai, China.

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