Less than a day after the related Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban were revealed, leaks have outed the design of the next-generation Cadillac Escalade.
Externally, the new Escalade differs from the Tahoe/Suburban primarily via its unique front-end design. Inspired by the XT6 crossover, the range-topping Cadillac features slim rectangular headlights, a large black mesh grille with fake metal edges, and a more sharply creased front bumper.
Along the sides the Escalade benefits from extra splashes of chrome, especially around the C-pillar.
Although no photos have emerged of the fifth-generation Escalade's rear end, it will likely once again feature different tail-lights to its Chevrolet counterparts.
There's a completely new dashboard design featuring a strong horizontal theme, slim vents and a small climate control section, as well as a dual upright panels to frame and house the infotainment and digital instrumentation screens.
There also seems to be a secondary display wedged between the instruments and doors. In addition to this there's acres of shiny wood, metal-like buttons, soft leather, a unique steering wheel, and a gear shifter in the centre tunnel.