When it comes to car-related opinions, Cars.com is one of the most trusted sources in the industry. Their lists are highly reliable and thoroughly vetted through a long process of analysis and testing. One of their most well-known and anticipated awards is for Luxury Car of the Year, and the latest Cadillac Escalade has officially claimed the title for 2021.
The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is the newest iteration of what’s usually considered to be General Motors’ most luxurious vehicle. The 2021 model sports a fresh exterior look, a new sports-inspired interior, and a slew of new tech features. It also comes with two powerful engine options that complement its refined good looks.
While the 2021 Escalade’s luxury features and new design are certainly attractive, what really caught Cars.com’s attention was the vehicle’s highly anticipated 38-inch display screen. The website had nothing but praise for the groundbreaking screen, describing it as “lightning quick, super-crisp and clear in its colorful displays, and [capable of] a level of reconfigurability and high-tech geek-lust that kept us endlessly entertained.”
If you’re ready to test drive the award-winning luxury vehicle that Cars.com has dubbed a “stunning mechanical tour de force,” pay us a visit at ELCO Cadillac in Ballwin, Missouri, today.
For the celebrity-obsessed, paying thousands of dollars for
meet and greet tickets to shake hands and snap a photo with your idol for 30
seconds is well worth the cost. However, what kind of price tag does a super
fan put on the opportunity to touch the same steering wheel and get road rage
in the same spot as your favorite celeb? For devotees of legendary football
player Tom Brady, the price of that experience is a mere $300,000.
Tom Brady, an avid car collector with a panoply of luxury
vehicles in his sizeable garage, recently placed his 2017 Cadillac Escalade ESV
for sale at Becker Automotive Design. While the price might seem a bit steep
considering you could buy three top-of-the-line next-generation 2021 Escalades
for roughly the same price, this is no ordinary Escalade.
Tom Brady’s Escalade has just 13,000 miles, features custom rugs and interiors, electric reclining seats, a 32-inch television, and a lengthened frame for an extra spacious interior. Per Mr. Brady himself, “With such limited time in my busy schedule the ESV gave me those extra minutes to study my play book, make phone calls and be with my family.” Unfortunately for Tom Brady fanatics with $300,000 lying around, the Escalade in question has sold. Lucky for you, ELCO Cadillac has several brand-new Escalades in stock if you’re in the market.
The top-of-the-line when it comes to luxury and refinement, the new 2019 Cadillac Escalade offers even more style, convenience, and sophistication than ever before. With updates to the Escalades exterior, along with an array of new styling options, the 2019 Escalade will be an easy choice for SUV drivers in search of the best. Read on to learn more aboutwhat’s new on the 2019 Cadillac Escalade.
New Sport Package.
For the first time, Escalade drivers will have the option of a stunning Sport Package. Available on Luxury, Premium Luxury, and Platinum trims, this styling package includes unique finish wheels, a Black Ice Chrom-colored front grille with black gloss daylight opening surround, rear appliqué, a lower front fascia, and striking bodyside molding.
The 2019 Escalade will also come standard with a convenient Hands-Free Tailgate. This feature allows you to easily open and close the tailgate by simple waving your foot under the rear bumper, making it even easier to stow items in the spacious Escalade interior.
New Color Options.
The 2019 Escalade will be available with some new color options, as well. 2019 Escalade drivers will be able to choose from Manhattan Noir Metallic and Shadow Metallic, in addition to many other color options previous available on the Escalade.
The Cadillac Escalade was already good to begin with, but now it’s even better! Check it out in person at ELCO Cadillac.
The year 2020 may seem like a big jump into the future, but it will be here in just over two years! With the change into a new decade, we will see some big updates on the Escalade. In fact, according to Automobile Magazine, the 2020 Cadillac Escalade is expected to come equipped with an independent rear suspension.
With this change, the Escalade will offer buyers a flat cargo floor once all the seats have been folded down. This means owners won’t have to detach the third-row seats anymore to get the cargo space they need.
Along with this suspension update, the new Escalade will likely borrow some styling cues from the sleek, sexy Escala concept that made its debut at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours. This would give the Escalade a curvier, yet still bold look.
Finally, by 2020, the Escalade is likely to get the latest version of Cadillac’s Super Cruise technology along with a 4.2-liter twin-turbo DOHC V8 engine that is found in the Escalade. There could even be a plug-in hybrid model to step up the Escalade’s efficiency game.
What changes would you like to see in a future Escalade model? To see the current Escalade, stop by ELCO Cadillac and take it out for a test drive today.