General Motors on Monday lowered pricing of its Cadillac Lyriq electric crossover by 14% to RMB 379,700 ($52,677), along with a limited deduction of RMB 18,000 up until the end of August, as China’s ongoing electric vehicle price war shows no signs of easing. The automaker also removed some first-owner benefits from its standard package, with the launch of an RMB 60,000 service offering that includes lifetime warranty and three years of free charging on GM’s charging network, among other items, according to a Monday statement. The Detroit automaker released the first all-electric SUV under its premium Cadillac brand last June in China, with a driving range of 653 kilometers (406 miles), its assisted driving software Super Cruise, and a starting price of RMB 439,700. Volkswagen’s China-made ID.3 EV also saw price cuts of RMB 37,000 on July 7. [GM statement, in Chinese]