Luxurious vehicles have always been more attractive than cheaper versions. Never mind if fans had money to afford them, they would like to hear about specs and features of these kinds of vehicles. Recently, crossovers took greater share of market and number of hi-tech and luxurious equipment have raised. If you add sporty look, you get very attractive vehicles, that usually cost over $50,000. One of these is upcoming 2018 Cadillac Escalade, which will be all but not cheap. This crossover is making its way in SUV market and so far it has been doing so well that company decided to make another refresh on the model that is one of the most popular from its entire family.
2018 Cadillac Escalade redesign
The 2018 Cadillac Escalade is coming almost unchanged if you are looking from outside, without staring at it. Enthusiasts will notice minor changes applied on its exterior. Nevertheless, comfort of the cabin is, on the other hand, superb. If you though that couldn’t be better, Cadillac is going to make you wrong again and again. Dashboard covered with high quality leather with navigation, GPS and many more features are also stylish, not only functional. To keep pace with modern technologies, 2018 Escalade has various connection ports, including Bluetooth and USB. Outside, there are again same grille with revisited bumpers and 20-inch wheels and slightly modified headlights.
2018 Cadillac Escalade drivetrain
Under the hood of the 2018 Cadillac Escalade should be powerful V8 engine. We still don’t know what is being developed, but experts assume that 6.2-l supercharged powertrain will propel crossover. This twin-turbo LT4 will be ready to crunch massive output, and some rumors say 450 hp could be final amount. If you add 460 lb-ft of torque, it is clear that Escalade could be one of the best performers in mid-size SUV segment. An eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive are standard, while same gearbox could be attached to 6.2-l unit sending power to all wheels. Upcoming crossover will be valued closer to $80,000 and if it keeps current trim levels, top, Platinum models could cost $95,000.