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Hear The Cadillac Escalade V’s Supercharged V8 Snarl Ahead Of Its Debut

With the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk gone and its Dodge Durango Hellcat sibling along with it, American consumers have been without a giant performance SUV for quite some time. That may soon change as Cadillac has dropped what could be an exciting teaser involving their new V8-powered model that is most certainly going to come in torquey form through our car doors sooner rather than later!

GM’s luxury division has been hinting at an upcoming super SUV for months now, and it looks like they’re finally ready to show off what the car will look like. The video released today features some high-end specs with hints that “something exciting” can be expected on January 21st, 2022 – based on when this was shot in V8 engine sounds during driving footage as well as seeing its headlights ahead compared against other cars’ light patterns by having them shine higher up than usual outside one’s vehicle door(!). Based simply on these details alone we could probably guess whether or not any given news article might mention a new Cadillac model coming out next year named after something sharp.

Hear The Cadillac Escalade V's Supercharged V8 Snarl Ahead Of Its Debut

rumor has it that the next Escalade will be powered by a 6.2-liter, supercharged LT4 V8 from Cadillac’s CT5 Blackwing engine which makes six hundred sixty-eight horsepower and six fifty-nine pound-feet of torque! With this much power at your disposal, there are bound to be some impressive results when you take on any road conditions or offroad terrains – just make sure not to get yourself carried away because these types of things don’t come cheap. The 2020 GMC Acadia could be one of the most power-optimized LT4 cars on earth, with a potential 50% increase over its predecessor’s 420hp and 460-pound feet.

Car & Driver reports that the Escalade V will be getting upgrades to keep up with its increased power, such as GM’s Magneride shocks and better brakes. They also say there are plans for both short-wheelbase (S shortest) and long-wheel bases on this vehicle; it’ll come as no surprise if they include hands-free technology like Super Cruise capability without having drivers take their eyes off of what’s ahead while driving down highways!

There are a few things that we’re more excited about than what Cadillac has in store for us tomorrow morning. Whether it be a new Escalade V like their last two combustion-engined sports sedans or something else entirely, this will not disappoint!

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