Revealed: Electric Cadillac Escalade IQ

Cadillac has stepped up its game by unveiling the highly anticipated 2025 electric Cadillac Escalade IQ, starting at $130k.

By Justin Cornelison | August 10, 2023
POV Video: 2021 Cadillac Escalade Sport

Luxury, space for crew, and ample towing capacity.

By Tom Martin | February 24, 2021
Driven: 2015 Cadillac Escalade

The all-new fourth generation of Cadillac’s full sized luxury SUV brings with it a new look, a new engine, a totally revamped interior and a decidedly different approach to “bling”. But is it the family hauler and track day workhorse you’d want to put in your driveway? We took to streets of Los Angeles and, somewhat courageously, Mulholland Highway to find out.

By Bradley Iger | April 28, 2014
Rumors: Spy Shots—2014 Cadillac Escalade Scooped

At first glance, these new spy photos—courtesy of Automobile—seem to be of a new Ford, what with the conspicuous oval shaped badge in the center of the grille. However, we have been assured that this is actually the 2014 Cadillac Escalade in heavy camouflage.

By Doran Dal Pra | October 25, 2012
Rumors: Industry Report—Big Plans For Cadillac

The past several years have been good to Cadillac—exciting new cars, a marked increase in quality, and a drastically improved public image.

By Doran Dal Pra | February 28, 2012
Quick Drive: 2011 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid Platinum

It’s not like the Escalade has simply gone bad, more that it hasn’t been updated (or better, completely revised) while newer products like the QX have sprung up. That relative datedness isn’t unique to Cadillac in this teetering full-size SUV segment, as mainline competitors like the Lexus LX (2007), Mercedes-Benz GL (2006), and Lincoln Navigator (2007) are all growing pretty long in the tooth.

By Winding Road Staff | November 03, 2011
Comparison Test: Land Rover LR4 vs. Cadillac Escalade vs. Infiniti QX56

In the real world, a vehicle’s comfort isn’t limited simply to how good the seats feel to sit in. There are a lot of other factors, including climate control, ride quality, noise levels, being able to get in and out of the car, and ease of use. Often, the words “luxury” and “size” go hand in hand with the idea of comfort. The features on hand also factor into how comfortable the experience is for driver and passengers; a long drive is going to be more comfortable if the kids in the back seat are calm, complacent, and entertained than if they are squirming, complaining, and asking, “Are we there yet?”

By Winding Road Staff | May 24, 2011
Quick Drive: 2011 Cadillac Escalade ESV AWD Platinum

Driving dynamics are not the point here, so we’ll keep our comments on the Escalade short. It is built on a truck platform and it feels like it. Modern trucks being very accomplished vehicles that isn’t all bad, but don’t expect to see the ESV score very high on our Involvement Index. You wouldn’t buy this instead of a sports sedan, of course, but users who don’t need all the functionality should know that the ride is just okay, the acceleration is modest, and the weight transfer borders on the ponderous.

By Tom Martin | March 24, 2011
Quick Drive: 2011 Land Rover LR4

Three things stood out about the LR4, and these could make it the SUV to beat in the mid-sized class…

By Winding Road Staff | October 28, 2010


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