Cadillac, a division of General Motors, has recently unveiled the all-new 2015 Escalade. The company's latest luxury SUV is said to be outfitted with more technologies for safety and connectivity - a trend nowadays. Cadillac has also managed to improve the design of the new model, a design that is "emotional," thanks to its enhanced powertrain, a quieter cabin, and smooth performance which we have yet to experience.
The 4th generation Escalade still retains much of its original design philosophy, featuring a new 6.2L V-8 engine that is presumably more powerful than previous models. Cadillac has also standardized its "Magnetic Ride Control" tech, which is known to be the world's reactive suspension system, on the model. The new Escalade also features a new interior, with cut-and-sewn materials that come with wood trim flavors. Even the seats on the new model have been improved as well, designing it to be more comfortable.
The 2015 Escalade boasts a new body structure that supports good acoustics and Bose's Active Noise Cancellation technology, hence making it quieter. Other features include a new front seat center-mounted air bag and a bunch of cool technologies - Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning System, patented Safety Alert Seat, FullSpeed Range Adaptive Cruise Control, Front and Rear Automatic Braking, Automatic Collision Preparation, and Automatic Safety Belt Tightening.
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