2023 Cadillac Escalade V-Series revealed in photos

Cadillac teased us previously this week about an Escalade V, and now it’s right here. Say howdy to the 2023 Cadillac Escalade V-Sequence. 

Sadly, the identify and these photos are all Cadillac is likely to expose today. It claims that specs and further facts will come “in spring 2022.” Indeed, that implies we’ll will need to wait to see specifically what kind of monstrous engine is beneath the hood of this behemoth — present-day indicators point to it getting the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 located in the CT5-V Blackwing, but there’s no confirmation of that.

At the pretty least, these images give us a look at the visual adjustments Cadillac has manufactured to the Escalade V-Series. It receives a revised entrance bumper with a spitter-like procedure to the primary front edge. Just above that, an further mesh grille mimics the most important grille up earlier mentioned. The LED managing lights are housed in new vent-like fixtures. Cadillac provides an apparent “V” badge on the entrance doorways. Also noticeable from the aspect are new dim gray-painted wheels and major brakes and pink-painted calipers. Those people wheels surface to be wrapped in what we think are Bridgestone Alenza tires — there are summertime functionality versions of the Alenza, so we can hope that’s what this Escalade is jogging.

From the rear, the Escalade V-Series seems to be fitted with a new rear bumper. This helps make home for a funky quad exhaust with squared-off strategies and an additional-odd-hunting faux diffuser. As soon as once more, the “V” brand is located out back.

Both equally of these Escalades revealed below are typical size styles, but we’re not betting versus Cadillac presenting the V-Sequence in its prolonged ESV size, much too.

The only interior image displays a shut-up of the steering wheel that is also wearing the “V” emblem. Further than these pics, Cadillac released yet another teaser movie (over) that permits another hear to the V8 below this SUV’s hood. It also involves a swift shot of the tachometer, in which we can make out an close to 6,200-rpm redline. We’ll need to have to wait around until later this 12 months to understand the relaxation of the details powering Cadillac’s initially Escalade V-Sequence.

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