Lexani Motorcars out of Beverly Hills, California released a preview of their next-generation Cadillac Escalade limo based on the new 2021 Escalade. From the images, the stretched black Cadillac goes all black outside and inside. The passenger compartment features four captains chairs that face each other, a wall separating the driver from the passengers that holds a 40-plus inch HD TV screen. To set the mood it has an atmospheric ceiling.
The limited seating likely means that Lexani is pitching their limo as more of a mobile office than a party mobile. Fold out desks and individual HD screens would indicate that individual passengers can create their own work spaces. Lexani is currently taking inquiries into their Escalade limo build. While pricing isn’t set, the reported 2015 price for their Escalade builds started at $320,000.
As we’ve reported, the all-new Cadillac Escalade features an updated exterior and tech-laden interior highlighted by a giant OLED screen for a dash. Options include Cadillac’s Super Cruise hand-free driving technology that will autopilot the vehicle down compatible freeways and tollways for miles.
Befitting a luxury vehicle, the Escalade floats on GM’s Air Ride air suspension and power comes from the 6.2-liter V8 shared with its GMC Yukon and Chevy Suburban cousins. GM’s Duramax 3.0-liter turbo diesel can be optioned as well, although Lexani hasn’t shared whether or not its Escalade limo will have it.
Currently, the Cadillac Escalade is scheduled to go on sale in late 2020 starting at around $75K for the *base* model. We imagine that Lexani’s first tricked out Escalade limo will follow soon after. For now, you can check out the new Cadillac in our walk-around video of it from the vehicle’s unveiling in February of this year.