Custom 2022 Cadillac Escalade By Larte Design Boasts Carbon Fiber Parts: Video5
A Russian tuning company called Larte Design has unveiled a new widebody kit for the current Cadillac Escalade that dramatically transforms the exterior styling of the full-size SUV, giving it a sportier and more aggressive appearance.
Larte Design’s “Esthete” widebody kit for the Cadillac Escalade includes a custom carbon fiber hood and grille, a different lower front fascia with integrated LED fog lamps, carbon fiber fender flares, a carbon fiber lower rear diffuser with integrated exhaust tips, a sporty-looking roof spoiler and carbon fiber mirror caps. The vehicle pictured in this article also has a set of aftermarket Larte Design 24-inch wheels, along with Larte Design exterior badging.
This 18-piece carbon fiber exterior styling package comes with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty, according to Larte Design’s website, and does not void Cadillac’s four-year/50,000-mile factory limited bumper-to-bumper warranty. It will take approximately six hours to install by a professional shop. While Larte Design is a Russian company, it has offices in Orange, California and Ratingen, Germany.
A teaser video of the Larte Design widebody kit for the Cadillac Escalade was recently shared by the tuning company on its Instagram page. The rendered video shows a Larte-tuned Escalade driving towards the camera as some strange LED-style effects appear to accentuate its body lines and aftermarket alloy wheels. This vehicle also appears to be sporting a two-tone paint scheme consisting of a gunmetal matte lower body and a gloss black upper section.
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Pricing for this widebody kit is not available on Larte Design’s website, although interested parties can inquire to receive more information via phone or email. The video embedded below also provides a more in-depth look at how this tuned full-size luxury SUV appears in the real world.
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Whatever happened to big, deep, comfortable leather bench seats. The vendor made retro seating looks like it came from an airport terminal gate waiting area.
Good effort on customizing overall. That Black is great for a cold, rainy climate. Gosh, what a baker in the Southwest.
The front driving lamps are a nice touch BUT the rest looks like “stick-on” pieces… The body side wheel moldings look out of place. They do not blend in… If the wheel moldings were the same color as the body, they might have gotten away with it…
The carbon fiber grill looks good as does the front spoiler. Sometimes too much is too much.
To Me! that’s a ugly SUV. Why can’t you have maybe a sudtle wing out back, two large squared off exhaust tip’s instead of four
to give it a bulked up look. Some sporty wheels in gloss black or chrome. I know this is a show vehicle but, use real paint like,red,white,blue. etc. Geez! it’s a CADDY for god’s sack. Soo, beauty is in the eye of the “owner,
Just my overly critical jaded opinion
They customized it this way to appeal to certain ethnic groups.
Point taken, But they, however your referring to might say!, That’s a UGLY SUV too.