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  1. Global Cadillac News
    It is very rare to find a film series that gets better with every sequel, Lord of the Rings notwithstanding. Something that has the same formula, but gets better with every new film, something like the Mission Impossible series. It was a great original, the second was forgettable (to put it...
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    It has often been said that the Chinese market for cars is actually remarkably similar to America's. So it makes sense that GM thinks the likes of the Tahoe and Suburban should be sent there. According to Reuters, the two big Chevys will be joined by the Escalade and the Yukon Denali. That...
  3. Global Cadillac News
    It goes without saying, that this would be a massively stupid thing to do on public roads. But on a closed course, it's an interesting test to see just how good Cadillac's cameras are. And it turns out, they're pretty good. You can actually do a lap of a go-kart track through your screen. They...
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    All the cool (German) kids are doing it, so why wouldn't Cadillac? The vogue for big performance SUVs may soon hit the Cadillac if comments made by Cadillac's Escalade product manager, Dave Schiavone, to Detroit publication Muscle Cars & Trucks are anything to off. "Ever since we came out with...
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    It's not the production model, but it's the closest we've gotten so far to Jeep's returning full-size SUV. Sport-utility family, to be clear, as Jeep plans to offer its body-on-frame rig in a variety of flavors. Entry-level Wagoneer will give way to the high-zoot Grand Wagoneer - a vehicle Fiat...
  6. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac is all about its massive infotainment screens and it seems the Lyriq will follow in the Escalade's footprints. A massive 33-inch curved OLED screen will greet drivers when they step into their new Lyriq. Although smaller than the 2021 Escalade's massive 38-inch screen, the Lyriq will...
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    GM released its sustainability report this week and in it, Cadillac's electric ambitions are outlined. Among the revelations is the confirmation that Cadillac's hand-built ultimate luxury EV, the Celestiq will be produced at the snail's pace of just 1.2 per day. The report also revealed that...
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    Reports that GM had declined to close its Arlington Assembly plant broke yesterday. Today, reports suggest that a second plant, in Wentzville, Missouri, is seeing COVID cases on the rise. The Detroit Free Press reports that there are 22 confirmed cases in Arlington and 12 in Wentzville. The...
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    If you've visited an airport recently, you probably heard on CNN that cases of COVID-19 are on the rise in jurisdictions that largely escaped the earlier wave. Against this backdrop, General Motors came under pressure this week to cease operations at its Arlington, Texas assembly plant. Home to...
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    It takes a special kind of person to see the Cadillac Escalade and think, "looks a little small." But then again, it's hard to argue that Tom Brady isn't special. And now the Escalade that was big enough for Brady can be yours. This Escalade has been stretched by 20 inches by Becker Automotive...
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    Cadillac Society reports, citing anonymous sources, that Super Cruise will be a $2,500 option for the 2021 Escalade. The updated SUV will Cadillac's first available with the semi-autonomous drive technology, but not all buyers will be able leave the dealership paying just $2,500. The feature...
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    Although it kind of leaked in Cadillac's configurator, the company has now released official photos of the longer wheelbase Escalade ESV. Unsurprisingly, this isn't a big departure from the shorter, standard Escalade, but adds 15 inches to the length of the vehicle. In all there will 18% more...
  13. Global Cadillac News
    The base price for the Cadillac Escalade diesel will reportedly be identical to the base price of the gas Escalade, according to a report from GM Authority. That means that whether your Escalade comes with a V8 or a 3.0-liter straight six diesel, it will start at $76,195, if the report-which...
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    Citing unnamed sources, Cadillac Society reports that the next generation, 2021 Cadillac Escalade will start $76,195 with prices for unoptioned, RWD, standard-length versions running all the way up $101,745. According to the report, the next level up, the Sport trim, will start $85,595 while...
  15. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac's 4.2-liter double-overhead-cam V8 engine may not be dead yet. Speaking to Motor Trend, Caddy's chief engineer Brandon Vivian said the company is still looking for ways to use the engine. "Would I relish the opportunity to put [the Blackwing] in something else? Yes," Vivian...
  16. Global Cadillac News
    Escalade is the oldest name in Cadillac's current lineup and it will continue on into the electric future. That's according to Car and Driver, which reports that the luxury brand is working on an electric version of its biggest SUV. Shown design sketches, C&D reports that electric Escalade will...
  17. Global Cadillac News
    General Motors has no interest in continuing a production presence in the Motherland, but that doesn't mean it doesn't see the Russian market as ripe for new product. As sales fall in the tricky market, the automaker believes the new Cadillac Escalade, joined by a trio of crossovers, is just...
  18. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac is letting you get a good look at your new 2021 Escalade before you even set foot on a dealer's lot. It's a new 3D model 360 Visualizer that lets you customize your SUV digitally. The new Escalade comes with eight interior color and trim options, multiple 22-inch wheel choices, and...
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    We had already heard that Cadillac wasn't planning on showing off the longer version of the Escalade, the Escalade ESV, until the New York auto show in April. Well, here's GM's own digital version of it, months before the official launch. It's courtesy of Cadillac's own just-launched 360...
  20. Global Cadillac News
    You'll have to wait until the spring before you can see the next Escalade ESV, reports Autoblog. Fortunately, we won't have to wait until then to know how long it will be. The outlet reports that the ESV will have a 134.1-inch wheelbase and will measure in at 226.9 inches overall. That makes it...
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