Recalls are unfortunately quite common when all-new vehicles go on sale, since many of the components and technologies are new and don't yet fall under the "tried and tested" category. Cadillac has been hit with a recall just like this for the new Cadillac Lyriq EV, and it has ultimately led to General Motors pausing deliveries of certain 2023 Lyriqs until the issue can be resolved.

In a nutshell, the problem is an instrument panel that goes blank and fails to display critical information like speed and warning lights. So, while this doesn't prevent owners from actually driving their vehicles, the potential for a more dangerous outcome is there if the screen goes blank and the driver isn't alerted to a problem with the car.

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Cadillac Issues Stop Sale Of Lyriq EV Due To Blank Screens

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