What is known about the new generation of the Cadillac Escalade SUV?February 4, 2020
This article has all that is known about the updated Cadillac Escalade SUV. The official presentation of the long-awaited news will take place on February 4.
The debut of a completely new generation of the luxury Cadillac Escalade SUV will take place on February 4 this year, and when this happens, we will see the “fresh face” of a very popular luxury car. We will also find out all the details about its brand new chassis on which it is built.
In the meantime, we have gathered in one place everything that is known at the moment about the new Escalade. Cadillac Escalade is a cult model of the American brand. This is a full-size luxury SUV with a body on the frame, with three rows of seats. The new (fifth) generation of the model will receive dramatic changes – in particular, it is worth noting the completely independent rear suspension. The SUV also boasts an exclusive interior. Already, the Cadillac company has launched a powerful start to an advertising company that is dedicated to the new Escalade – the car is advertised by the famous Hollywood director Spike Lee.
The new Escalade will borrow some exterior elements from the Cadillac XT6 crossover, including horizontal headlights that merge with the brand’s branded polygonal false radiator grille, which will replace the vertical bars used in the current version of the model.
The overall shape and dimensions of the new Escalade will remain relatively unchanged, and we expect the evolutionary appearance of the rest of the exterior of the luxury model. It is noteworthy that the back of the new Escalade was actually accidentally declassified during a recent teaser for Cadillac, which was dedicated to the advanced cruise control Super Cruise. Thin vertical taillights were shown reaching the top of the tailgate.
A massive 38-inch curved OLED display with double pixel density will be installed in the cabin. We also know that the SUV will be teeming with driver assistance technologies, including an updated version of the semi-autonomous Super Cruise car control system.
The new Escalade will be mechanically similar to the other full-size Chevrolet Tahoe / GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Suburban / GMC Yukon XL SUVs with which it will share the GMT1XX platform. Obviously, the big change is the transition to an independent rear suspension, which should also create additional space in the passenger compartment.
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