US automaker Cadillac can’t keep up with the demand for the redesigned range-topping 2021 Escalade Platinum SUV.
The SUV sports a fresh new look and an Escala-inspired interior that is loaded with industry-first 38-inch OLED screen.
There is also Super Cruise, a self-driving features that allows you to drive without touching the steering wheel.
Cadillac is currently working day and night to fulfill orders for the range-topping 2021 Cadillac Escalade Platinum SUV despite its $102,290 starting price.
In a recent interview with Muscle Cars and Trucks, Cadillac Escalade Global Marketing Manager Dave Schiavone noted that buyers are “disproportionately” choosing the top-tier Platinum trims.
Even before the latest Escalade went on sale for the 2021 model year, Cadillac announced it had already racked up more than 6,000 orders for the redesigned luxury SUV.
And new orders are still coming in from wealthy customers around the world, according to Cadillac, meaning the six-figure price tag isn’t going to scare away customers at any time.
The redesigned SUV sports a fresh new look and an Escala-inspired interior that is loaded with advanced tech including an industry-first 38-inch OLED screen.
It also gets the latest version of Super Cruise as an option. The self-driving feature allows you to drive the Cadillac Escalade luxury SUV without touching the steering wheel.
Powering it is 6.2-liter V8 engine that is also found in the Escalade ESV. The petrol engine produces 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque.