2021 Cadillac Escalade

 
 

 

All New

2021 Cadillac Escalade -

“Escalade has always made a bold statement that says you’ve arrived,” said Therese Pinazzo, exterior design manager. With that said the wait is over and after reveal events in both LA and NYC the 2021 Cadillac Escalade is coming for Fall/Winter 2020. Completely redesigned for 2021 with pioneering technologies that add new dimensions to this iconic luxury SUV including first-to-market technology advances such as a curved Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) screen, the first AKG automotive audio system, and Cadillac’s acclaimed Super Cruise driver assistance technology.

 

 
 

 
 
“There is something special about driving an Escalade,” said Steve Carlisle, Cadillac president. “It has a bold presence and exclusive technology to elevate the extraordinary and make every drive feel like an occasion.”

 

A Bold Statement

Escalade maintains Cadillac’s signature vertical lighting element, but the new interpretation adds a sleek, horizontal headlamp to reinforce a broad, confident stance. The tall, vertical, rear light signature continues but adds deep three-dimensional layers and finishes with detailed etching. Twenty-two-inch wheels are standard and strengthen Escalade’s bold appearance. The added layers of detail extend to unique trim elements and grille textures. Escalade will offer Cadillac’s Sport trim for the first time, featuring a black mesh grille and black trim across the exterior. Luxury and Premium Luxury models showcase a bright Galvano finish, while Platinum models top the range, with unique interior and exterior details. Escalade’s new interior design breaks new ground with the first-ever Gideon Whisper Beige trim combination. This high-performance, high-fashion available interior is centered on a custom-woven fabric that adds a new level of style and ambiance to the Escalade’s cabin. “The expectations and desires of Escalade customers are factors everyone in the Cadillac design studio unequivocally understands,” said Phil Kucera, interior design manager. “This allowed us to reach greater levels of depth and detail than Escalade has ever had before. With no less than eight interior color and trim options, multiple 22-inch wheel options, and the new 38-inch curved OLED display, the next-generation 2021 Escalade can now be customized using the new 2021 Cadillac Escalade Visualizer. Cadillac XT6 Cadillac XT4

 
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