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The Cadillac Escalade Interior Is Going Upscale





Cadillac's lineup just keeps getting better. According to Car and Driver, the next generation Escalade is going to get a unique interior, worthy of a $70,000 vehicle. Although the interior in the current Escalade does not look identical to its more humble roots - the Chevrolet Tahoe - and uses more premium materials, they do share a lot of parts and resemblance. It will get a unique instrument panel and centre stack along with unique control knobs and other "design elements."




The treatment doesn't apply to just the Cadillac. The GMC Yukon will also get its unique interior which means that each full size SUV will have its unique interior. Different interior materials will also be used to further differentiate the 3 SUV's - with the Escalade probably getting the most premium materials. According to Mark Reuss, GM's North America president, the next Escalade's cabin will be a significant improvement over the current generation's.

This could mean bad news for Chevy Tahoe customers because it probably means that prices will have to get a slight bump. However, price bumps are usually the case with the introduction of new models, to account for inflation if nothing else, so I think the unique and improved interior should be good for GM's full size SUV's.

Source: Car and Driver

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