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Check Out the Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

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Long for the day you can throw barrels of money at things just for the sake of excessiveness

Inside the Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

Inside the Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

Today we stumbled upon the Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade from Lexani Motorcars, a luxury car outfitter, and holy crap is it awesome. It looks like something a French king from the late 1700s should be riding around in—you know, if only they had cars back then and weren’t constantly worried about being beheaded by the revolting peasants.

The cabin of the Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

The Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade is, of course, just a concept vehicle, and probably serves no real use in the marketplace, but we still cannot help but ache to climb inside one, just for a quick review. This thing’s got a 3D LED TV, as well as 90-degree reclining leather captain chairs, embedded iPads, and 24-carat gold plating throughout the interior. And if you’re worried about that gold being stripped and stolen, don’t sweat it: the concept has six security cameras keeping watch. There’s so much stuff that Lexani had to raise the roof by 5 inches to incorporate all the updates.

Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

The exterior of the Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

So we urge you—if you’re having a rough day at work already, if you’re counting down the seconds until lunch, if you’re brandishing your stapler and considering how many different ways you could use it to kill your boss—then slip away from that reality for just a minute, and imagine yourself a world in which you own this Escalade. Oh, and maybe see a psychiatrist about that last little thing.

Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

Lexani 2015 Concept One Cadillac Escalade

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