2021 Cadillac Escalade SUV is popular among buyersAugust 10, 2020
The American automaker has already collected more than 6,000 orders for the new generation of the Cadillac Escalade SUV. Sales of new items should begin this summer.
It turns out that the new generation of the Cadillac Escalade full-size SUV, which will go on sale as a novelty for the 2021 model year, has already collected more than 6,000 orders.
The news came during a recent conference call with brand officials.
It’s worth noting that this figure was roughly a sixth of Escalade’s sales last year. However, even comparing the next generation Escalade to the current generation model is not fair. Cadillac has completely redesigned its large luxury SUV with the most advanced technology.
The exterior styling isn’t much different from the Escalade’s design spirit. The novelty has a protruding vertical false radiator grille, sleek headlights and tall taillights. The interior of this hefty SUV has changed the most – there are three screens on the front panel that take up huge interior space: a 7.2-inch touchscreen to the left of the steering wheel, a 14.2-inch digital instrument cluster and a 16.9-inch information display. entertainment system, which is located on the right. Rear passengers also get displays at their disposal.
In addition, Cadillac has Super Cruise intelligent cruise control technology, a 36-speaker AKG audio system, and more. Under the hood of the new 2021 model year is a field-proven 6.2-liter engine produced by GM with a capacity of 420 horsepower. The 3.0-liter I6 diesel engine with 277 hp will also be available to buyers. It is known that the minimum price for an SUV will be $ 77,490. We expect the Cadillac Escalade to go on sale this summer.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote about that. that AddArmor unveiled the Cadillac XT6 armored crossover. Externally, the armored version of the crossover looks the same as the regular Cadillac XT6.
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