Custom Car Co., an aftermarket shop based out of Georgia, has announced plans to build a series of customized, two door Cadillac Escalades based on the fourth-generation version of the popular luxury SUV.
This creation was designed by the same folks who penned the Chevrolet Tahoe SS Coupe rendering that we shared yesterday. While Custom Car Co. has not built physical examples of either of its Cadillac Escalade-V Coupe or Chevrolet Tahoe SS Coupe designs, it has ambitions to sell both to those who may interested in such a package.
The Cadillac Escalae V-Coupe incorporates a V-Series-inspired from fascia design with a carbon fiber lip spoiler, along with chrome trim and mesh grille. Out back, a customer rear bumper integrates a twin center-exit exhaust. We think the two-door aesthetic Custom Car Co. has put design looks great, and plays particularly well with the boxy, straight edges on display with fourth-gen Escalade’s exterior design.
Our colleagues at Cadillac Society reached out to Custom Car Co to find out more details on the Cadillac Escalade V-Coupe, although they have yet to hear back. Apparently Custom Car Co. wants to throw a pair of turbochargers under the hood and also offer a number of other custom interior and exterior options such as custom paint, a customer interior, aftermarket suspension, and an upgraded infotainment system.
Even if Custom Car Co.’s Escalade-V Coupe never sees the light of day, this rendering has us excited for the arrival of the new high-performance Cadillac Escalade variant, which will arrive with the new fifth-generation version of the SUV.
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Source: Cadillac Society