Earlier this month, we showed you how a convertible variant of the Cadillac Escala concept could look like. Based on the the comments, you were quite pleased with our version of the Escala Convertible, so we put our rendering artists to work on an Escala sedan.
As it turns out, the traditional three-box shape works extremely well with the Escala’s design language. We relied heavily on the general design of the CT6 from the B-pillar back, and love the design of the resulting vehicle, especially the rear end, which is instantly-recognizable as a new-age Caddy.
At this point, one thing is crystal clear: the more we render the various Escala variants, the more we realize that the design language introduced by the original fastback-like Escala concept is extremely pliable, and can be used on pretty much any body style, door count, and size.
We’ll have to wait for the 2018-2019 calendar year to see vehicles with the Escala’s general design philosophy, as replacements for the ATS (expected to be CT3) and CTS (CT5) roll out alongside vehicles that place Cadillac into segments (like the sub-ATS car believed to be called CT2). Until that happens, enjoy these renderings.