The Cadillac Escalade is a full-size luxury SUV that has set the standard for performance and luxury since its debut in 1999. Powered by a 6.2L V8 engine, it offers exceptional power while maintaining exceptional fuel efficiency. It's also loaded with features such as an 8-speed automatic transmission, adaptive suspension, and intelligent 4WD to provide a smooth and comfortable ride. Inside, you'll find a luxurious interior with heated/cooled front seats, tri-zone climate control, wireless charging pad, hands-free Bluetooth® connectivity, and more. With its impressive features and performance characteristics, it's no wonder the Cadillac Escalade has become one of America's favorite luxury SUVs. Since its launch in 1999, the Escalade has sold hundreds of thousands of units each year and continues to be a sought-after luxury vehicle.
The Escalade came in two different sizes, and the ESV version was the most luxurious and expensive among them.
The car had a big Cadillac shield badge on its broad grille with LED headlights placed above it on the sides. The daytime running lights were arranged as vertical strips in scoops on the outer sides of the bumper. Read more
The carmaker installed a curved OLED screen in the front of the car, which had a separate area for the instrument panel in front of the driver. Additional screens were added behind the front seat headrests for the rear passengers' entertainment. The Escalade was available with either a captain-seat second row or a bench, and the third row was spacious enough for three people. Although the regular version provided sufficient room for the last-row passengers, the ESV version had plenty of trunk space even with all the seats upright. With the second and third-row seats folded, it offered even more storage space.
Cadillac provided two engine options for the car: a 6.2-liter V-8 and a 3.0-liter turbodiesel inline-six. Both engines were matched with a ten-speed automatic transmission and could be used with either rear- or all-wheel-drive.