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Cadillac Teases Massive 2021 Escalade Display

Cadillac Teases Massive 2021 Escalade Display

While the world has already seen unofficial images of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac PR has decided to tease the real-deal anyway. Today General Motors’ luxury division rolled out a brief video teasing a massive curved, 38-inch OLED display that will be found on the dash of the redesigned Escalade.

Cadillac says the display is the first of its kind in an automotive application. Not only is this big screen curved, but it is also packing a resolution that’s twice that of a 4K television. This high resolution will give Escalade buyers the broadest color spectrum in the industry and the deepest blacks.

While this is the first time Cadillac has put a curved display into production, it isn’t the first time we’ve seen a Cadillac with this technology. The Cadillac Escala Concept way back in 2016 also sported a curved OLED display in its interior. In fact, the 2021 Escalade display in this teaser looks like it closely resembles that of the Escala’s.

“From the highway to the big screen, the Escalade has been embraced by drivers and fans around the world,” said Steve Carlisle, Cadillac president. “We’re excited to introduce the 2021 Escalade during Oscars week in February.”

Cadillac will reveal the 2021 Escalade on February 4th.





 

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    Nice that they are finding a way to really differentiate the Escalade from platform mates. Totally not my kind of vehicle, but with solid powertrains, the IRS and what looks like innovative interiors, it seems like a credible product. And, it's essentially Cadillac's flagship, so it needs to be good.
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