2015 Escalade Interior Features Quality Materials, Diverse Combinations
The 2015 Cadillac Escalade will go on sale sometime within the next few weeks, and drivers can expect the usual brand of exceptional performance and unmistakable styling. One of the unheralded hallmarks of the Escalade is, and has always been, its interior. The 2015 Escalade interior is no exception to this rule, influenced by high-end furniture and utilizing hand-stitched and hand-wrapped leather in a number of interior equipment.
The 2015 Escalade interior makes good use of the cut-and-sew live stitching process, which requires all materials to be precision cut, wrapped, and stitched directly to interior components. The new Escalade also utilizes premium materials such as genuine wood accents partnered to the choice of three interior environments—glossy American Walnut with Shale leather, Natural Finish Elm with Kona Brown leather, and low-gloss Santos Palisander wood with Jet Black leather.
“As designers of luxury vehicles, I think it is important we do things that will make our customers say ‘Wow,’” said Eric Clough, director of design, Cadillac interiors, in a statement. “One area that stands out in my mind is the end of the dashboard, called the instrument panel end cap. You only see it when one of the front doors is open; however, we still cut-and-sew wrapped this area with live stitching. In a vehicle like the Escalade, it is one more step that demonstrates the attention to detail we are taking to surprise and delight the customer.”
All of this, partnered with the CUE infotainment system, 16-speaker Bose® Centerpoint® surround sound system, the performance of the 6.2-liter V8 engine, and the requisite Art and Science design language, makes the 2015 Cadillac Escalade a must-have for lovers of luxury. Stay tuned to The News Wheel for more information as the Escalade’s release date draws nearer.