2015 Cadillac Escalade Mini-Configurator Sheds Light on Upcoming Model
Can’t wait for the all-new Escalade to come to market? Don’t have to.
That’s right. The American luxury automaker has finally made a 2015 Cadillac Escalade mini-configurator available on its website so that we can discover the upcoming model all on our own. Using the configurator, we’re able to investigate color options and trims for the next-gen Escalade.
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Drivers get a choice of seven exterior colors for the Escalade. Color options include Black Raven, Silver Coat Metallic, Dark Granite Metallic, Radiant Silver Metallic, Majestic Plum Metallic, White Diamond Tricoat, and Crystal Red Tintcoat. Color options don’t stop there, however; drivers can also customize the interior, choosing among Kona Brown with Jet Black accents, Jet Black with Jet Black accents, and Shale with Cocoa accents.
Color isn’t the only choice a driver will have to make, however; trim levels vary as well. The standard trim Escalade features LED headlights and taillights, magnetic ride control, heated and leather seats and steering wheel, and the CUE infotainment system.
Drivers who want a little more luxury can opt for the Luxury trim (what else?), which includes safety warning technologies, such as Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Blind Zone Alert, Lane Change Assist, and the Driver Awareness Package (which includes Lane Departure Warning, the Safety Alert Seat, and Forward Collision Alert). The Luxury trim also upgrades the standard model’s 20-inch seven-spoke alloy wheels to 22-inch wheels with chrome inserts. On top of that, drivers will get a sunroof, second-row power foldable seats, and a full color display for the CUE.
Ultimate luxury, however, is reserved for the Premium trim, which adds even more safety features, a 9.0-inch rear-seat ceiling-mounted screen, and illuminated exterior door handles, among many other additions.
Be sure to check out the 2015 Cadillac Escalade mini-configurator yourself so you’ll know exactly what you want when this baby hits dealerships later this year.