I don't think so MotorTrend.
Like I said over in the other thread about this, I don't think so Motor Trend. Having said that, I think it needs some work with the headlights and the area between the grille and the vertical side marker lights.
I honestly didn't think they could improve on perfection, I was wrong. Imagine that thing in black, drop dead gorgeous!
This is the real car. I saw it. It looks like a copy of the original one)
Last edited by Shloma; 07-16-2019 at 01:45 PM.
Tell us the details? Inside and out.
Oh hell no.
I hope not.
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It's possible lol. I only saw large color renderings of the 5 different front/rear treatments in rear 3/4 and front 3/4 views. The DLO detail that I mentioned isn't quite as controversial, and depending on the color of the car, and perhaps various finishes (they only showed one)it might be completely fine. The whole vehicle is unmistakably an Escalade. It's still very imposing and Cadillac's designers definitely didn't throw the baby out with the bathwater.
Some elements didn't change much, but even those have been refined and polished. The front is the biggest change, but again it totally screams Escalade. The Dash and console were lovely, and had a quality look similar to the new C8 Corvette.
I have always hated the light saber tail lights, but the front end looks very well executed.
1999 Tahoe 4x4 - daily driver
1999 Camaro Z28 - bolt-on weekend vehicle
2015 Equinox LTX - wife's car
'19 Buick Enclave
'07 Dodge Magnum SRT-8
'17 Nissan Versa Note
Starting to wonder if the actual body (a-pillars back) will be the same as last gen on these new SUV's and only the front and rear ends will be completely different. The DLO in the rendering and upper body crease are nearly identical to the outgoing version.
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