The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is already a luxurious vehicle straight from the factory, but the INKAS armored Cadillac Escalade with the ‘Chairman Package 2022’ adds ballistic protection. In addition to an automated driver partition, complete with a hide-away TV, you also get powered fold-away tables, jump seats, advanced audio & visual systems, as well as adjustable seat massage settings.
The Cadillac CELESTIQ EV show car was revealed today and it draws inspiration from classic architecture as well as other iconic American designs. Step inside, and you’re greeted with five interactive LED displays, including a 55-inch-diagonal advanced LED display, a variable-transmission Smart Glass Roof and Ultra Cruise.
The Cadillac Project GTP Hypercar has officially been revealed, and it previews the third-generation prototype race car from the automaker. Next year, Cadillac will use this hypercar to compete in both the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
For a truly autonomous EV luxury coupe experience, look no further than the Cadillac InnerSpace. This two-passenger electric vehicle boasts AI-driven biometric input and interfaces, accessible through a large, immersive SMD LED display. This panel allows passengers to select from Augmented Reality Engagement, Entertainment and Wellness Recovery themes for their drive. Thanks to a partnership with Ultifi, Cadillac engineers and authorized third parties are able to offer additional themes and features that can be installed over the air. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Buzzfeed reports that Toco the cat and his baby (human) sister are the internet’s most adorable troublemakers ever. Their activities have been posted on Instagram for 2-years This dynamic duo makes life a daily adventure. A super-cute daily adventure, that is. Click here to view this week’s funny FAILS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Jean Claude Van Damme performing an epic stunt with Volvo trucks.
Here’s a first look at the completed Cadillac limousine built for Obama. Featuring “five-inch thick bulletproof glass, ultra high strength ceramic armor and cellphone jammers.” Click here for one more picture.
One tech item they are talking about are the LED spotlights that�ll illuminate the fender-mounted flags at night.
With its official launch just a few months away, the Cadillac CTS was recently spotted at N�rburgring. Video after the jump.
To keep anticipation high, GM has released video of the 2008 CTS running the ‘Ring from inside the cockpit. While the video isn’t of the greatest quality, it’s worth viewing if only for the sexy sound of the new direct injection 3.6L engine