The interior of the 2014 Cadillac Escalade was revealed

Posted on Friday, 19 April 2013 , 16:04:38 byDan

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The interior of the 2014 Cadillac Escalade was revealed

Cadillac has developed a lot of models, but the current portfolio contains a very special one. It is very easy to spot and it is also very special for more reasons. If you were curious to know which the model in the story is well yes, it is the Cadillac Escalade. This vehicle is actually the biggest, most luxurious and more expensive full-size SUV developed by General Motors. According to different officials, the new SUV has a starting price established at $63.170. The production of the model started in 2007 and it was not all pink in terms of sales for the carmaker, but even so, it remained a profit machine. This is one of the reasons General Motors is looking forward to launching the replacement that apparently will boost all qualities and will try to diminish the weaknesses. We will have to wait and see if this will be the case, but until then, we have to appreciate the sentiment. In the photo gallery you can take a quick look at some spy shots received containing the 4th generation Escalade. We know the production process of the model was ending and now we know.



When it comes to the exterior design, the next generation will continue to have a boxy look. It is similar in looks with the CTS wagon, the rear wheels will have a wider stance in comparison to the front ones and the rear window will be a bit shorter unlike the one on the current Cadillac Escalade. On the inside, the model will get fold flat seats for the third row as standard and will be more luxurious as the designers have used higher quality materials. The model will use the latest truck platform developed by GM that underpins the new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. It might also receive power from a new small-block V8 with direct-injection tech and will also come with a cylinder deactivation system to complete the process. Source: carscoop.blogspot