No V-Series Utes from Cadillac
Cadillac is looking at a variety of upgrades and enhancements for its family of luxury utility vehicles, including the recently redesigned Escalade, but there are no plans to offer the sort of performance modifications it now provides as part of its V-Series.
The first Caddy ute to get a modest makeover is the SRX, which shares its underpinnings with the STS and CTS sedans. As part of a midcycle freshening for model-year 2007, Cadillac will offer a new SRX Sport kit in August that is primarily an appearance package, with unique wheels and tires, grille, rocker panels, and front and rear fascia.
The brand will also do a similar appearance package for its long-wheelbase Escalade ESV in model year 2008 or 2008, ESV Platinum, retail for upward of $70,000, according to Cadillac executives.
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