Range-topping Escalade breaks cover.
Having unveiled the all-new 2015 Escalade last year, Cadillac has introduced the range-topping Platinum edition. Aimed at those that demand the finer things from their luxury SUVs, the Escalade Platinum comes with modest exterior changes in the form of more chrome trim and 22-inch alloys. The majority of the upgrades take place inside, where the seats are wrapped in semi-aniline Nappa leather, and the cabin is trimmed in sueded microfiber accents and exotic wood.
Other highlights include a leather-wrapped dash, cooled center console, “Platinum” branded door sill plates, heated/cooled 18-way power front seats, and a rear entertainment system with a pair of seven-inch display screens mounted in the front headrests and a nine-inch display fitted to the headliner. Complete with an eight-speed automatic, 4G LTE connectivity, Surround View camera and revised grille sporting the new wreathless crest, the 2015 Escalade Platinum will hit showrooms later this year priced from $90,270.