The 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V Is Coming This Summer

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The new 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V will be available with a 682hp V8 engine, making it Cadillac's most powerful production engine to date. The fast SUV also has a custom suspension, massive brakes, and a 36-speaker audio system.

The new 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V will be available in both standard (3071 mm) and ESV (3,406 mm) long-wheelbase configurations, with prices beginning at $149,990, making it the most expensive Cadillac in series production.

The latest Escalade V version stands out with its restyled exterior appearance. The black Sport Mesh grille seen on previous V-models is present on the vehicle's front end.

Unique 22-inch wheels, bespoke Brembo front brakes with Edge Red brake calipers, and a characteristic quad-exhaust outlet are among the noticeable features.

Cadillac Escalade

Inside the vehicle, consumers will find a total diagonal display of 38 inches, with twice the pixel density of a 4K TV, according to Cadillac. A 14.2-inch center cluster display, which uses augmented reality to deliver additional information when navigation is enabled, is included in the 38-inch display.

Black, Dark Auburn, or Zebra Wood accents will be available on the Escalade-V. The front row seats offer a massage feature, and all three rows are upholstered in aniline leather.

AKG Studio Reference 36-speaker audio system with "3D surround, and navigation rendering, are among its features.

Cadillac Escalade-V

The Cadillac Escalade-V is powered by a hand-built supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine with 682-hp and 885 Nm, allowing for a 0-96 km/h time of 4.4 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 12.74 seconds.

A 10-speed automatic transmission gives power to all four wheels from the V8 engine.

Cadillac claims that not only is the transmission optimized for the Escalade-athletic V's style, but that the torque split is also model-specific. For better and improved grip, the huge SUV will distribute power evenly between the front and rear axles under normal driving conditions.

The Escalade can send up to 67 percent of its power to the rear axle when needed, which makes sense for a vehicle that will shift a lot of weight to the back under strong acceleration.

The Escalade-V also gets the fourth generation of GM's Magnetic Ride Control, as well as Air Ride Adaptive suspension and other V-model-specific suspension gear. In fact, the rear air springs are designed to be stiffer than the front ones, which should aid in the endeavor to get those 682 horses on the road.

2023 Cadillac Escalade-V

Cadillac also included Tour and Sport drive modes, which can be applied to particular components such as the steering and suspension. There's even a 'Snow/Ice' setting that may be used to adjust the engine and AWD system.

The 2023 Escalade-V will be available for purchase in late summer. While Cadillac has stated that production will be limited, we have yet to learn how many units will be produced. Pricing and choices will be provided in detail at a later time.

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