A new batch of spy shots from GM Authority‘s sister site Cadillac Society has provided us with another look yet at the upcoming 2021 Cadillac Escalade.
While these photos give us a better idea of what the 2021 Cadillac Escalade will look like, the prototype caught testing was still quite heavily camouflaged, so these photos don’t tell the full tale of the tape. One thing we will say, though, is that this upcoming new Escalade looks a bit more curvaceous than the boxy fourth-generation model being sold currently – just look at the shape of that A-pillar.
There are still some rather interesting aspects of this prototype, despite its heavy camo. New dual six-spoke machine face alloy wheels are present, along with the previously seen trapezoidal exhaust tips. The trapezoidal tips are one of two different exhaust tips we’ve seen on 2021 Cadillac Escalade prototypes – the other being a sport-looking dual twin-tip setup.
GM Authority recently shared spy photos showing off the interior of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, revealing a widescreen infotainment display mounted high up on the dash and Cadillac’s Electronic Precision Shift gear selector in the center console. Expect GM to employ a mix of high-end materials in the cabin, as well, as it looks to compete with up-to-date rivals like the Lincoln Navigator and Mercedes-Benz GLS.
We also hear the new Escalade will spawn a high-performance variant and a battery electric model with more than 400 miles of range, which should help set Cadillac apart from the competition even more.
We’ll bring you more spy photos of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade once prototypes begin to ditch all that ugly black camouflage and show off the nameplate’s updated new design. You can expect the SUV to debut shortly before going on sale early in 2020.
Source: Cadillac Society