Cadillac unveils 2021 Escalade with curved OLED display
Cadillac wasn’t about to let the Geneva Motor show steal all the thunder, and has today unveiled the tech-filled 2021 version of its Escalade SUV.
The new luxury SUV was first introduced to the world back in 1998. For the latest version, drivers will get more integrated technology than ever before.
The big draw here is the curved OLED display system, that consists of three individual screens measuring over 38-inches in total. Basically, it’s the entire dashboard and console.
The rest of the inside space is designed around those big screens, that according to Cadillac offers a “completely fresh, integrated cabin look that seamlessly blends the technology with handcrafted details.”
The interior also boasts an AKG audio system, including 36 speakers powered by three amplifiers. There is also something called Super Cruise driver assistance – a system that enables “hands-free” driving on more than 200,000 miles of compatible highways.
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The model will be available in five colour versions – Luxury, Premium Luxury, Platinum, Sport, and Platinum Sport. The Platinum Sport is the one with the most technical features.
The 2021 Cadillac Escalade will go on sale this summer in the US and is expected to hit roads in the Middle East later in October.
There’s no pricing information as of yet; the base 2020 model costs around US$75,000.