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A concept car built for the coveted Concours d’Elegance, the Cadillac Escala is the last of a trifecta of concept cars preceded by the Ciel and Elmiraj in 2011 and 2013 respectively. More than a simple concept, however, the Escala previews the brand’s future design language with narrow headlamps and an elegant silhouette.
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Approximately six inches longer than the Cadillac CT6 that it shares its underpinnings with, the Escala Concept features a unique nine-layer pearlescent paint finish that blends the brand’s traditional cues with more contemporary ones. Adding to its uniqueness, are a set of horizontal headlamps, the last of which were seen on the Cadillac Seville in 2004.
A concept car in every way, the interior features a dual personality that combines new-age technology with rear-seat comfort. A three-layered curved OLED screen developed by Samsung embellishes the dashboard, while the absence of B-pillars lends the Escala an airier feel.
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On the power front, the stunning Escala concept welcomes a 4.2-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that generates a jaw-dropping 500 horsepower and could possibly make its way into the CT6 sedan.