What is known about the Cadillac Escalade SUV ESV version?February 5, 2020
The official presentation of the stretched luxury American SUV will be held in April this year at the automobile exhibition in New York (USA). Now the size of this big man has become known.
Last night, Cadillac unveiled the all-new Escalade SUV at a special event in Los Angeles (USA), but it did not show an ESV version with an increased wheelbase.
But thanks to the conversation of foreign journalists with representatives of the American brand, we are aware of the enormous size of the novelty, as well as the fact that the presentation of a healthy man will have to wait until April. An extra-long version of the model will be presented at the New York Auto Show, which will begin on April 8.
With a length of 5,382 mm, the updated Escalade is already significantly larger than its predecessor. If you need an SUV with an even larger wheelbase, providing even more space in the cabin, then the Escalade ESV is right for you. The length of this giant will be 5,766 mm. The “stretched” version of the SUV will have a wheelbase of 3 407 mm, which is 336 mm more than the standard model.
Due to this extra length between the axles, the passengers of the second and third rows will receive additional legroom. In addition, you will be able to transport much more things, as the “trunk” volume of the new Escalade ESV will be 1,214 liters.
Apart from the increased length, we do not expect any other differences between the regular version of Escalade. The “stretched” ESV should have the same 6.2-liter gasoline V8 and in-line six-cylinder 3.0-liter diesel engine, 10-speed automatic transmission, independent rear suspension and a huge 38-inch screen in the cabin.
Cadillac announced that the Escalade will go on sale in North America at the end of the year, and will appear in other countries in 2021. It is not yet clear whether the “stretched” ESV will be available from the first day sales begin.
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