Cadillac Escala Concept unveiled at the Monterey Car Week
The Cadillac Escala Concept could be many things – the future CT6 Coupe, a new model of the series V or a continuation of Elmiraj project – but they sure know how to make yourself look, even in the midst of a very competent and demanding audience such as the Monterey Car Week.
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Moreover, the president of the American brand Johan de Nysschen is very explicit: “The Escala is a breakthrough, the return of this company to the proper role within the automotive premium”. To perform its task, the Cadillac Escala first part from a personal look, yes, but less striking than in the recent past. Distinguishing features of the concept are the alternation between taut lines of the grille and the bonnet and the roundness of the sides, but also LED headlights, very long and thin.
Internally we witness the triumph of minimalism, that does not rhyme with banal, indeed. A “swiping” OLED screens stretching from the far left to the entire width of the dashboard until the middle of it, enclosed in a single eyelid that seems to “embrace” the driver. For the rest, skin and (promise in Cadillac) high quality materials are of the cockpit in full. As for the engine, Johan de Nysschen has no doubts: for a car of this kind it takes a V8. And a V8 (4.2) is no coincidence there, under the hood of Escala, although if necessary 4 cylinders are deactivated to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
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