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By now, the lead that Tesla enjoys in the electric vehicle market is so notable that the idea of “Tesla Killers” from legacy automakers has become quite difficult to justify.

This has not stopped some publications from pursuing such a narrative, of course. But sometimes, “Tesla Killer” narratives, much like the vehicles that they represent, have a tendency to fizzle out. 

General Motors’ luxury brand, Cadillac, recently unveiled its latest all-electric vehicle, the LYRIQ. A midsize SUV that’s expected to be priced somewhere in the $70,000 range, the LYRIQ is filled to the brim with the best that GM could offer. It’s projected to have a range of at least 300 miles from the company’s “Ultium” batteries, it’s fitted with the company’s Autopilot-rivaling SuperCruise feature, and it’s equipped with augmented reality heads-up display functions.



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