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Would that be the same as adaptive cruise? We have it on our '16 RAV4 and I have to say I'm not particularly fond of it.
No, it's full autonomous driving on good clear freeways. I think it can do lane changes as well as straight lines which makes it more useful. Our 300 has adaptive cruise and while it works well, I often wish I could switch it to non-adaptive cruise on demand.
 

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This isn't new or unique to EVs. When there are a specific number of vehicles they can schedule, and every one is ordered, yes, it is officially “sold out.” To do so in one day is pretty impressive.

Lyriq starts at $65,000 or so, so this isn't a general interest car. I don't know how many people are buying them as collectors' items; I wouldn't. I would guess most people are sincere in wanting them, and a few are assuming they can resell at a higher price. But that would be true for any limited run of any car—Corvette, Viper, PT Cruiser, you name it.
 

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Dauchy told GM Authority executive editor, Alex Luft, that the Lyriq name is part of a new Cadillac naming structure that will see all vehicle names end in “iq.”
Like the Ioniq. Oh, wait...
So Cadillac always ends with “ick”?
 
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