Cadillac today unveiled the all-new 2021 Escalade, completely
redesigned with pioneering technologies that add new dimension to the
iconic luxury SUV.
Featuring exclusive, first-to-market technology advances including a
curved Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) screen, the first AKG
automotive audio system and Cadillac’s acclaimed Super Cruise driver
assistance technology, the fifth-generation of Cadillac’s flagship
expands on its more than 20 years of segment-defining leadership.
After we've seen the new generation Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe, the first image of the next generation Cadillac Escalade also surfaced online. And yes, it is just as ugly as usual!
Up front the 2021 Escalade features a prominent grille, small headlights, and a bold chrome strip at the front of the hood. The side seems to be inspired by the recently launched...
After the 2020 CTV-4, Cadillac finally unveiled the 2020 CT4. The model will be offered in Luxury, Premium Luxury, Sport, and V trim levels, with a new Super Cruise option offered as an option in 2020. The new 2020 CT4 will be put on sale in early 2020. Prices will range from $33,990 for the Luxury RWD version and up to $46,590 for the V-Series AWD version.
Driven by Cadillac’s latest turbocharging technology and building on more than 15 years of performance credentials, the first-ever 2020 CT4-V and CT5-V were unveiled today, expanding choices for the brand’s V-Series performance sub-brand.
Following the 2019 CT6-V, they grow the V-Series family with even more levels of performance, while preserving the lineage established by the original V-Series lineup introduced in 2004.