2024 Cadillac Lyriq Luxury 2, Sport 2 vs. Luxury 3, Sport 3: Feature Comparison

Tran Hanh-
July 02, 2024
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As the luxury marque’s first production-spec all-electric luxury crossover, the Cadillac Lyriq is offered in a wide range of configurations to satisfy every potential customer’s needs. That being said, it can be easy to get lost among all the options, so today we’re taking a closer peek at the differences between the 2024 Cadillac Lyriq Luxury 2 / Sport 2 units and Luxury 3 / Sport 3 units in the following GM Authority feature comparison.

First off, let’s review the 2024 Lyriq’s trim level hierarchy. The new-for-2024 Tech is positioned as the entry-level offering, with the Luxury and Sport trim levels branching off from there.

2024 Cadillac Lyriq Y-Strategy Breakdown

Looking over the diagram above, we can see how Cadillac positions each model in the Lyriq’s lineup, with the Luxury 3 and Sport 3 trims standing at the top of the totem pole. Notably, the Luxury and Sport variants generally feature the same equipment as one another, but with a visual focus on either opulence or performance, respectively.

With that taken care of, here’s how 2024 Lyriq Luxury 2 and Sport 2 trims compare with 2024 Lyriq Luxury 3 and Sport 3 trims.

RPO / Color CodeLuxury 2 / Sport 2Luxury 3 / Sport 3
Nappa Leather PackagePCHA
Rear console forced air ventsC77S
Cargo area coverRYJS
Tri-zone automatic climate controlCJ4S
Rear Camera Mirror with washerDRZS
Heated second-row outboard seatsKA6S
Vehicle tilt/inclination sensorUTUS
Vehicle interior movement sensorUTVS
Self-powered theft-deterrent alarm systemUTRS
Hands-free power liftgate1TC2S
22-inch Dynamic Split-Spoke Reverse Rim alloy wheelsPJA/PHZS
Locking wheel lugsPB4S
  1. Power liftgate without hands-free operation standard

As illustrated above, Luxury 3 and Sport 3 trims are offered with quite a few more items than their Luxury 2 and Sport 2 counterparts. Some notable features include an available Nappa Leather Package, tri-zone automatic climate control, and a hands-free power liftgate. Of course, while the Luxury 3 and Sport 3 include the 22-inch Dynamic Split-Spoke Reverse Rim alloy wheels (RPO code PJA and PHZ) as standard equipment, every trim level can be optioned with LPO or dealer-installed 22-inch wheels.

As one may expect, the differences in standard and available equipment between the trim levels is reflected in pricing numbers, where the Luxury 2 and Sport 2 trim levels are $3,600 more affordable than the Luxury 3 and Sport 3 trims.

In regard to the “base” Tech trim, some notable items this variant doesn’t feature include front-seat massaging, slimline LED headlights and taillamps with choreography, and a hands-free power liftgate.

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