The 2021 Cadillac Escalade will feature a 38-inch curved OLED screen

Will Cadillac's new Escalade reclaim the title of "Standard of The World"?

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The 2021 Escalade is on its way, and Cadillac has begun to tease us to build hype for the fifth-generation model. Cadillac's official media division confirmed that the new model will feature a 38-inch curved OLED screen.

The new Escalade's screen would make it one of, if not the widest screen ever fitted to a production car, and would be exponentially larger than systems found in any of its rivals.

The Escalade is an important vehicle for Cadillac because it harks back to a time when it meant something to own a Caddy and other luxury marques paled in comparison to the might of GM's crown jewel. Now the brand has become a caricature of its former self, with a long list of relatively forgettable alphanumeric names. All that is going to change though.

Exactly like Lincoln, Cadillac plans on using the 2021 Escalade to launch a renaissance for the brand and bring back real names for their vehicles starting in 2022. I'm not entirely sure what effect this will have on Cadillac's current sedan lineup, but I'm excited to see Cadillacs with some real class for a change.

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Comments (19)

  • You already know Lincoln’s gonna make something better

      9 months ago
  • A bit much? Lol

    I think I’m getting old because I would actually own a Cadillac. I like the ones they have out now. I posted one that I would definitely buy. Forgot the name 😂

      9 months ago
  • will it still get 8 mpg?

      9 months ago
  • why

      9 months ago
  • I come from a family of Cadillac owners and have owned 5 myself-along with BMW and Audis. Sorry folks, the XT4 in my driveway is my favorite car of all time. I’ve driven a lot of things... I’m impressed with this one just like my old second generation CTS.

      9 months ago

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