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Cadillac Escalade V-Coupe Rendering Is Bold, Brash, And Truly Excellent

Cadillac Escalade V-Coupe Rendering Is Bold, Brash, And Truly Excellent

The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is rapidly approaching, promising a completely new model as the nameplate enters an all-new fifth generation. But while we do expect Caddy’s new flagship SUV to offer fresh styling, here’s something entirely different – the Cadillac Escalade V-Coupe, a two-door, twin-turbo monster machine that we very much wish was real.

This particular rendering comes to us from Custom Car Co, a company based out of Georgia. While we’re uncertain whether or not the Cadillac Escalade V-Coupe concept will make it off the page and into the streets, we can certainly hope that’s the case eventually.

Up front, we find  a new, V-Series-inspired fascia design that hugs the ground with a carbon fiber front spoiler. Chrome trim and a mesh grille maintain the requisite gloss, while extra-wide running gear keeps the SUV planted.

The two-door aesthetic looks great, and plays well with the boxy, straight-line edges offered by the current Cadillac design.

We reached out to Custom Car Co to find out if the Cadillac Escalade V-Coupe was in development or if one has been built in the real world, but have yet to hear back. Apparently, the company is offering to throw a pair of turbos under the hood, as well as offer a number of custom options for the paint, interior, suspension, and infotainment.

It certainly looks promising, at CustomCarCo.com. In the meantime, we’re excited to learn more about the official high-performance Escalade variant Caddy has planned for the next-gen model – even if it does keep the four-door body style.

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Jonathan is an automotive journalist based out of Southern California. He loves anything and everything on four wheels.

9 Comments

  1. “..Georgia-company based out of Georgia”

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  2. I;ll take one but I don’t expect Cadillac will do one. Like the 2 door, 2 wheel drive Tahoe that was built in the ’90s that has become sort of a collector’s item with us customizers, I don’t think GM will do another one but I’ve read rumors. Lets Vroom!!

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  3. Truly excellent? No. There’s only one word for it – fugly.

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  4. Good grief, it looks awful….When are we going to stop trying to make cars out of trucks. Cadillac is completely lost right now. They have a marketing manager who is a complete idiot. Just listen to her interview about the future of Cadillac. What the hell does “just let Cadillac be Cadillac” mean, She has no clue since she has no knowledge of Cadillac history. That statement from Mark Reuss, about the future of Cadillac, was a mess of contradictions. And,….what’s with the rumor that the CT6 will end in January, 2020. I know someone who ordered a 2020 last week at the dealership.

    Cadillac claims their future is all about electric vehicles, yet they don’t have one PHEV available, yet all the other brands in this segment are way ahead.

    Cadillac/GM seems to think that all future customers want are SUV’s. that’s all you see in their advertising. Not one ad for the CT6, or CT5, which will be landing soon, and no mention of the CT4. Do they WANT these sedans to fail.

    I guess the Escala is dead as there is no mention of it’s development, keeping in mind that this was a 2016 concept as we approach 2020.

    Cadillac has no Coupe, the ATS is dead, no plans for a convertible or Sport Wagon, yet every brand in the segment has them.

    So,…..beyond SUV’s, what is Cadillac’s future? PHEV SUV’s> I don’t do Suv’s. I currently own 3 Cadillacs, and 2 Corvettes, with a C8 on order. Where will the Cadillac go after the CT6. The CT5 will not do it for me.

    Steve Carlisle has NO vision for Cadillac’s future.

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    • What is worse, making cars out of trucks or trucks out of cars? A Tesla fan did just the latter.

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    • “Good grief, it looks awful….When are we going to stop trying to make cars out of trucks. Cadillac is completely lost right now.”

      This is not a Cadillac rendering, it’s by a completely independent company. Or didn’t you read the article?

      “Cadillac claims their future is all about electric vehicles, yet they don’t have one PHEV available”

      There was a CT6 PHEV until recently. NO ONE bought them and so it was dropped from the US lineup. Besides, a PHEV vehicle is not the same thing as an Electric vehicle.

      “Cadillac/GM seems to think that all future customers want are SUV’s.”

      How can you say this? Cadillac will have 3 Sedans.

      “Not one ad for the CT6,”

      Saw one yesterday morning.

      “…or CT5, which will be landing soon, and no mention of the CT4. Do they WANT these sedans to fail.”

      This is the silliest thing I’ve read in a very long time. Advertising products not yet available? If Cadillac WAS running ads for these cars now you’d be lambasting them for it!

      “I guess the Escala is dead as there is no mention of it’s development…”

      You’re right. You’re guessing. So Cadillac is obliged to tell the world what they’re doing with future products?

      “Cadillac has no Coupe, the ATS is dead, no plans for a convertible or Sport Wagon, yet every brand in the segment has them”

      Acura has none.

      Infiniti has no wagon or convertible.

      Lexus has no wagon or convertible.

      The Europeans do and they sell in their dozens in the US.

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  5. BEV 3 chassis,( Way more is coming on that chassis) The Next.

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  6. Cadillac has these technology.

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  7. fantastic news now just do it.

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