2017 Cadillac Escalade flashes bling from grille to fins [video review] | Gaywheels
Cadillacs are supposed to be big, bold, crisply styled, and filled to the headliner with advanced luxury conveniences. You should be able to identify one from three football fields away. The Escalade does that and more, flashing bling from grille to fins. You could park a 1957 Cadillac Brougham next to the Escalade and be sure they're related, though classic fins and a big chrome grille have been reinterpreted across sixty years. Up front is a satin silver grille, with buckle-size Cadillac crest, flanked by stacks of LEDs. The basic body shell is shared with the Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, but looks like Cadillac prevailed with sharp creases and elegant chrome that inscribes the A-pillar, C-pillar, and trim between. Twin LED "fins" run bumper to roof. It all looks especially fetching in Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic paint over 22" alloy wheels. Swing the doors and you're flooded with the scent of a gay man's Paris apartment. Rich leather cologne washes over Kona Brown leather seats, acres