2021 Cadillac Escalade Hits The Streets On Vossen Forged HF6-2 Wheels: Video

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade revamps the iconic luxury nameplate with a fresh fifth generation, debuting all-new styling that simply demands attention. Now, we’re getting look at the latest Escalade as it struts its stuff on a set of new Vossen wheels.

Coming to us from the Vossen Wheels YouTube channel, the video is less than a minute-and-a-half long, featuring the upgraded Cadillac Escalade as it plies the streets and sits pretty in a parking lot. This particular model looks to be the Sport trim level, as evidenced by the Gloss Black grille, black badging, black accents, and black body molding. We also spot Gloss Black roof rails and heavily tinted windows, while the body panels are covered in Infrared Tintcoat paint, an optional extra that pads the bottom line by an extra $1,225.

The red-and-black color theme looks good, no doubt about it, but it’s the new 24-inch Vossen Hybrid Forged HF6-2 wheels that really help to set it apart. These custom rollers are finished in a color dubbed Silver Polished, and present in a sharp-looking six-spoke design that works well with the upright styling of the all-new 2021 Cadillac Escalade.

Folks looking to put these wheels on their ride have five standard finishes and five custom finishes to choose from, with sizing also available in a 20-inch diameter and 22-inch diameter. Pricing starts at $599 per wheel. Designed specifically for truck and SUV applications, the HF6-2 wheel features a six-lug design and utilizes Vossen’s Hybrid Forged production process.

All told, this SUV looks good, and definitely has the power to turn heads on the street. If you like the new 2021 Cadillac Escalade and want to see what a fresh set of wheels can do for the aesthetic, don’t hesitate to hit play on the video below:

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Jonathan Lopez: Jonathan is an automotive journalist based out of Southern California. He loves anything and everything on four wheels.

View Comments (7)

  • I wonder what the thickest sidewall tire can go on the 24-inch wheel. Potholes will bend the wheels on the skinny tires, the weight of the truck will need some healthy sidewalls. But if you can get a decent size tire on the 24 inches that would look very nice. The cost would not be that great because you do not have to opt for the premium wheels in your purchase of the truck. now you can have two sets of wheels and tires depending on what your plans are. And I am also thinking about the Chevy and GMC models.

  • Wheels need to be black, it will complement the black accent colors making the this beauty looking very sleek.

  • Is it only me that sees Ironman’s face in the front end of the new Escalades? Especially when it’s red.