With a 40-inch wheelbase extension, the Escalade ESVe limousine is a mobile board room and entertainment suite on wheels. It is equipped with opulent amenities and seating for four passengers in the rear cabin.

Similar to the DTS limousine, the Cadillac Escalade ESVe has a high-tech electronics system that would satisfy audio and video aficionados. A 26-inch LCD TV is located in the privacy partition for forward-facing passengers, while a second 15-inch LCD TV screen is mounted in the ceiling for rear-facing passengers. Complementing the immense visual qualities of the Escalade ESVe is a 250-watt, 5-channel stereo system. It features a flip-up LCD touch screen and capabilities for AM/FM and XM Satellite Radio, DVD, CD and MP3, and 14 speakers for pure surround sound performance. The Escalade ESVe also has an embedded satellite TV system that offers more than 125 channels of live programming and CD-quality music.

The rear cabin features nuance leather on all interior surfaces with genuine suede inserts, plush carpeting and LED lighting. The four leather captain s chairs are heated, and the two rearmost seats have a power reclining feature along with power extending foot rests. A partition separates the drivers compartment from the rear cabin for optimum privacy. There are two consoles in the rear that house a variety of features, including polished aluminum and walnut tables for each seating position, a refrigerator, cup holders, a tablet PC, a fax and printer, controls for the hands free intercom, HVAC system and more. Even with the privacy partition closed, passengers in the rear have a commanding view of the road with a system that displays images on a 7-inch LCD screen in the rear console.

All Cadillac limousines are built by Cadillac Master Coachbuilders using specific chassis manufactured by Cadillac. With 13 coachbuilders across the country, the program is designed to provide custom precision-crafted limousines, livery vehicles and funeral coaches with the finest conversions that meet strict Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.

Cadillac is the luxury division of General Motors Corp. (NYSE: GM) and produces vehicles such as the STS performance sedan, the XLR convertible roadster, the SRX midsize utility and the CTS entry-level sedan. In addition to selling the popular DeVille nameplate, Cadillac also sells the popular Escalade, Escalade ESV and Escalade EXT.

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  (428) posted on 10.18.2011

I can say that this Cadillac Escalade ESVe Limousine is not really so impressive on its platform but surely its sleek body paint of it, gives the luxurious look on it, and I wondered if what will be the interior of this one will look like.

  (347) posted on 09.22.2010

Does the DTS limo remain FWD? seems like it might be a pain to have to ’pull’ that much length vs. pushing it. maybe?

  (211) posted on 08.2.2010

I was wondering the same thing, why the doors are so small, especially the front ones. The back doors aren’t exactly from barns either. People who buy these would have body guards, seems to me there should be middle doors as well for them to enter through. They use to make tour limos with rows of doors.

  (571) posted on 02.8.2010

Nice. I have always liked Escalade for with only a little bit customization, it will look really cool. This limousine is another story though as it looks really cool. Change it’s wheels and its mags and it will look a whole lotta cooler.

  (6023) posted on 07.26.2006


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