EDIT: I rescanned the drawing, and I found out how to control the brightness for my scanner! The drawing should be easier to see, especially the side curves and creases. I gave it a longer, taller, hood, and raised rear roof, along with tapered front and rear ends for additional approach and departure angles. Once I color this, the size and distance of those front fenders sticking out should be more noticeable. The front is almost an inch or two wider than the GMT-900 Escalade.
Here is the original upload:
For those who can't see the image for some reason, here is the same drawing as the top one, except it is my DeviantArt upload (I hope it works):
Just for fun, here are the specs and other info for the Escalade lineup:
Platform: Unibody or the next generation full-size truck platform (C3XX?), RWD/AWD/4WD
Engines: 6.2 V8,, 6.2 Hybrid, 4.5 V8 Diesel
Trims: Standard, Platinum, V (Maybe, if a big huge performance SUV makes sense market-wise today)
Most important features: Active/all-terrain suspension, all-glass roof with dimmer, LED headlights...
The drawing shows the standard model that is equipped with an active suspension that lowers itself at higher speeds, which is why the front view sits high while the rear view sits lower. I don't know if this would be sensible in any way, but this Escalade would also have good off-road capabilities (to compete with Land Rover, and Toyota's landcruiser). The active suspension could have an option to lift the vehicle one or two inches or so just in case the driver wished to take a...shortcut somewhere.