Technically, the luxury Cadillac SUV will also be close to the Tahoe and Suburban. He will move to the GMT T1XX platform from the Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, lose the rear continuous axle, receive air suspension and, possibly, a diesel engine. In addition, the V6 3.0 biturbo engine from the CT6 sedan, hybrid and electric power plants can add to the gamut. The mighty aspirated V8 6.2 is expected to remain operational.
For Cadillac, the Escalade is iconic. The SUV was the first to receive fully LED headlights and the Magnetic Ride Control adaptive suspension (the fastest at the time of presentation in 2009). He was the first among the full-sized luxury ones to get a hybrid version (2009), as well as a front central airbag (2015).