If you’re a fan of the fifth-generation Cadillac Escalade, but you need a bit more space, then the Cadillac Escalade ESV (“Escalade Stretched Vehicle”) is a pretty solid upgrade, offering more room for rear-seated passengers and luggage than what’s available from the standard SUV. However, some folks may need even more space than what’s offered by the standard Cadillac Escalade ESV, and for those customers, Quality Coachworks has created this six-door variant with space for upwards of 11 passengers. Now, we’re checking out this custom Cadillac Escalade ESV in the following brief video.
Based in Ontario, California, Quality Coachworks specializes in limos, conversions, hearses, and armored vehicles, with this six-door 2023 Cadillac Escalade ESV offered as one of the company’s latest customization products.
At first blush, this Quality Coachworks six-door Cadillac Escalade ESV looks to be on point, with long, straight body panels that perfectly match those of the original four-door SUV. Essentially, Quality Coachworks added two doors to the middle of the vehicle, accommodating an extra row of seating in the cabin. The exterior is covered in Crystal White Tricoat paint, while a set of 22-inch wheels roll in the corners. Fixed running boards along the flanks aid in ingress and egress.
Moving inside, we find the cabin is equally well-matched to the exterior when it comes to looking like a factory product. The seats, floor mats, trim, and carpet are all as you would expect, without any obvious divide between the sections produced at GM’s plant in Arlington, Texas and the new sections added by Quality Coachworks in California. The new doors incorporate power windows and door locks, while the “Luxury Pilot’s Cabin” up front keeps the handsome infotainment gear and layout of the standard fifth-generation Cadillac Escalade ESV.
Quality Coachworks declined to provide any specific pricing information on its new six-door Escalade limo, but encourages interested customers to contact the company directly for more information.