Recently, Cadillac has been spotted testing out an Escalade with a quad-tip exhaust. They have themselves actually a high-performance model. Technically, this could very well be the new V model. Which is said to be supercharging it’s power off of a 6.2-liter V-8. Though, Cadillac is thinking that their new CT4-V and CT5-V could very well be the last of gas-powered V cars. On top of all this, Cadillac has been promising the sights of an electric Escalade in the future. This is to be utilized in GM’s new Ultium platform. This would be likely by at least 2025, though sooner circumstances may occur. There was much talk about the two engines being currently available. The first one being the previously mentioned V-8. The second? A turbo-diesel 3.0-liter inline-six. The former could very well show for about 668 horsepower. and 659 pound-feet of torque within the CT5-V Blackwing.
There was competition in super-SUVs and went hard for the 603-horsepower Mercedes-AMG GLS63. This therefore launches the vehicle to 60 mph in about 3.6 seconds.
The Cadillac Escalade has been well-documented.
Also while showing for great bodywork and wheels while also possessing a quad-tip exhaust. The more standard models possess fake dual-exit exhaust pipes. Either wheelbase of these Cadillac Escalades had been seen testing nearby the oncoming C8 Corvette Z06. Even moreso, there’s a powerful version of Cadillac with their largest SUV yet. While it may seem to be different from the brand’s shift towards EV technology, there’s a specific promise that it will deliver. That promise? At the very least 30 new electric vehicles by 2025. An EV version of an Escalade is also along the way. When it will potentially use GM’s brand new Ultium battery, who could be quite certain. Last year would see big sales as Escalades went for over $100,000. We’ll learn more soon, which could keep gas-equivalents running longer than was known.