The Escalade meets the thunder.
Design – The brand new Escalade captures the bold presence of its predecessor but combined with the blank-slate approach of its style thanks to being an EV. The result is a sleeker profile with an Escalade-style silhouette.
Powertrain – The Escalade IQ brings an estonishing power output of 750 hp along with 785 lb-ft of torque. The battery guarantees up to 450 miles of range with one charge and regenerative braking.
Chassis – The car features the four-wheel steer and the Adaptive Air Ride Suspension. This can lower the vehicle up to 2 inches and raise it up to 1 inch; the four-wheel steer reduces the turning diameter to only 39.4 feet at lower speeds while increasing the manuevrability at high speeds. The high voltage architecture enables the 800-volt DC fast charge, providing up to 100 miles in 10 minutes of charge time. There’s also available the V2H (Vehicle-To-Home) bidirectional charging technology, giving the ability to send power to the home from the vehicle. As request there’ll be the V2L(Vehicle-To-Load), giving the possibility to power external devices.
Interiors – Technology and luxury are the only words that can be used to describe the Escalade’s interiors. At the front there is an immersive, curved pillar-to-pillar, 55-inch LED display, that gives information to everyone in the car. At the rear, combined with the “Executive Second Row”, there are two 12.6-inch-diagonal personal screens. It features also an immersive 360-degree audio experience with 40-speaker made by AKG. The car will also feature a 12.2 cubic feet of storage at the front, instead of the traditional combustion propulsion engine.
Trims – The full-electric Escalade will be available in the late 2024, with a starting price around $130,000.