The next generation Escalade is due out relatively soon. While all are here agree that it should be done to the highest most standards, i.e. interior execution, exterior execution, details, details, and details, the argument has come up to whether any off-road credibility should be added to the mix. Many have said "NO, Cadillac is not an off-road vehicle. They have no history off-road and should not pursue that route." I differed. I posited that "luxury", when it comes to SUV's, also includes the luxury/ability to keep going when the road runs out. Also, since the competition all have off-road credentials it is something that needs to be addressed.
The latest in this market is the company known for making some of the finest luxury vehicles. These are not vehicles that would ever think of going off of the road. This is Rolls Royce.
True, this is not serious off-roading shown, but it does give some indication of the possibilities.