Coronavirus causes Cadillac to delay Lyriq reveal event

Among the options the automaker is looking at could be an online-only event and hosting a live stream

The coronavirus outbreak has delayed the unveiling of a new electric crossover from General Motors.

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The event to reveal the Cadillac Lyriq has been postponed indefinitely, according to GM Authority.

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The special event was original scheduled for April 2.

The automaker has decided to abid by what  medical experts are saying advising against hosting gatherings with large amounts of people.

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Cadillac is currently evaluating the situation and will provide an update soon.

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Among the options the automaker is looking at could be an online-only event and hosting a live stream.

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The Cadillac Lyriq will be the brand’s first battery-electric vehicle when it goes on sale in 2022.