Next-generation Cadillac Escalade.

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Future Cadillac Escalade Illustration.
Future Cadillac Escalade Illustration.

A revised Cadillac Escalade for 2025 is due out very soon. The front end has been redesigned as well as the interior, but it is not an all-new generation. The next Escalade isn’t due out for another 2 or 3 years.

Still, let’s imagine what could happen if the next Escalade wasn’t based on the truck platform it has been using since the beginning. An all-new direction for the Escalade could create more room for the GMC Yukon Denali to be even more expensive. There might still be more profits to be made above the Denali Ultimate.

A more car-based Cadillac Escalade could become a much sleeker 3-row offering, while still being ultra luxurious. Even more so since it won’t be settled with the old body on frame construction. Of course, this will probably never happen since the Escalade has been a huge hit for Cadillac the way it is.

However, since Cadillac will eventually be an EV-only company (even if a few years behind schedule), the Escalade and Escalade IQ will have to eventually merge into one model only. And it will be based on a future EV platform. GM could still offer a more conservative, classic-looking Escalade like the new Escalade IQ, and something much more modern and daring like one of the illustrations above.

And why not? Why not a little bit of style? It could still be pretty cheezy and overdone like the Escalade has always been. But not as trucky and square.
The illustrations above give us a couple of ideas of what such a new Escalade could look like.

Conversation 10 comments

  1. I don’t find the current Escalade cheesy at all, but rather interesting to look at! The IQ too though I’d rather it had an ice motor…

  2. I dont know if they’re real or not, but all these Caddy concept illustrations are doing it for me.

  3. I agree, it looks a little hearsiq
    Cadillac has always been know for its smiling front fasia and vertical rear lights, yet they need to step up from there past styling of the 60’s

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