Escalade Sport Platinum

 
 
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Escalade Sport Platinum

By Cadillac

From its fantastically dramatic black mesh grille to the graphic black trim across the exterior to its luxurious and unique interior details, the Escalade Sport is designed for that new kind of Escalade owner. We drove a seemingly illuminated white Escalade Sport, punctuated by black rims from NYC to the shore, and our presence was noted and admired countless times.

Our bold Escalade Sport had been redesigned for 2021 to deliver improved driving dynamics and significantly greater passenger and cargo capacities. This handsome Cadillac featured new OLED and camera technologies developed to enhance driver vision and the industry-first curved OLED display that offers more than 38 inches of the diagonally measured display area, with twice the pixel density of a 4K television.
The technology delivers bold imagery, perfect blacks, and the largest color range of any automotive display in production today.

 

With three screens: a 7.2-inch-diagonal touch control panel driver information center to the driver’s left, a 14.2-inch-diagonal cluster display behind the steering wheel, and a 16.9-inch-diagonal Infotainment screen to the driver’s right. The OLED is paper-thin, and its curvature positions the displays for optimal visibility.

 

 
 

 

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Most spacious Escalade ever

In our Platinum model, we got the best of the best including leather-wrapped instrument cluster, console, and upper door panels, 16-way driver and front passenger seats with heat/vent and massage feature, AKG® Studio Reference 36-speaker system, and a Rear Seat Entertainment System. When going big is the only option the Cadillac Escalade Sports Platinum 4WD does big with style, excellence, and aplomb. 

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