THE 2007 CADILLAC ESCALADE - Whatís all the fuss about?
Thereís a new buzz in town, or at least on the automobile websites, it comes from the makers of the infamous Cadillac Escalade, no doubt. Is there possibly going to be a bigger and better 2007 Cadillac Escalade? Youíre guessing is as good as mine, but hereís the scoop or gossip.
Only time will tellÖ
Word has it that a major redesign is coming to the Cadillac Escalade, in yet another alphanumeric presence, the GMT900 platform. Introduction for the GMT900 platform has accelerated in part due to the overall drop in sales for General Motors, so when somethingís broke, what do you do? You fix it, right? Well, thatís the premise for this new line of Cadillacís. GM has promised high volume, more profitable vehicles, both for the up-coming full-size pick-ups and sport utility vehicles of 2007.
Making its debut, most likely in 2006 at the North American International Auto Show, the GMT900 series will feature standard vehicle stability control and the next generation of Cadillac Escalades. Production for these
newer 2007 Cadillac Escalades will begin in late 2005, perhaps then and only then will the public get their first glance at this new and improved SUV.
General Motors isnít saying much as far as specifics, the only comment they have made was that the GMT900 platform will be introduced to three of the sport utility vehicles, including :
The Cadillac Escalade
The Chevrolet Tahoe
And GMCís Yukon.
The last major overhaul of the successful selling Cadillac Escalade was in 2003, when the extended version of the Escalade was introduced, based on the Chevrolet Suburban. The Cadillac Escalade ESV was approximately 22 inches longer than the original Escalade and offered twenty more inches of interior room. With its overall options and features, no one really knows what to expect when it comes to the 2007 Cadillac Escalade.
Click on the video from Roadfly.com and see their review
With gas prices rising daily, the engineers at Cadillac better come up with a good concept that will sell itself, in the land of Sport utility vehicles, another gas hog isnít really needed.
Check out the commercial that Cadillac has put together for the new Escalade