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The Escalade iQ. It's one of GM's forthcoming all-electric behemoths that will pamper its occupants with class-leading tech, all the while garnering pity for those poor roads. And bridges––oh goodness. But as if the battery-powered equivalent to the ever-popular Cadillac Escalade wasn't large enough for you, Cadillac has confirmed that an even larger version called the Escalade iQL is in the works.


The colossal SUV was confirmed by a Cadillac representative to Car and Driver, though a release date hasn't been provided. But with the regular Escalade iQ going on sale this summer, the iQL shouldn't be too far behind.



Let's make it clear that the Escalade iQ really didn't need to get any larger. Measuring in at 224.3 inches long and obliterating the scales at around 8,500 pounds, the "smaller" iQ is already a beast. In fact, it's an entire foot longer than the gas-powered Escalade, and is only three inches shorter than the long-wheelbase Escalade ESV, though its 136.2-inch wheelbase exceeds that of the ESV by two inches. So with all of that in mind, the iQL should be absolutely gigantic.


Cadillac is expected to share more details on the Escalade iQL later this year, before it hits and possibly cracks the road at the end of 2024 at the earliest.


Image Credits: Cadillac
Future Cars
Feb 18, 2024
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Cadillac Confirms That A Gigantic Escalade iQL Is Coming Soon

Think of it as the electric equivalent to the long-wheelbase Escalade ESV.

The Escalade iQ. It's one of GM's forthcoming all-electric behemoths that will pamper its occupants with class-leading tech, all the while garnering pity for those poor roads. And bridges––oh goodness. But as if the battery-powered equivalent to the ever-popular Cadillac Escalade wasn't large enough for you, Cadillac has confirmed that an even larger version called the Escalade iQL is in the works.


The colossal SUV was confirmed by a Cadillac representative to Car and Driver, though a release date hasn't been provided. But with the regular Escalade iQ going on sale this summer, the iQL shouldn't be too far behind.



Let's make it clear that the Escalade iQ really didn't need to get any larger. Measuring in at 224.3 inches long and obliterating the scales at around 8,500 pounds, the "smaller" iQ is already a beast. In fact, it's an entire foot longer than the gas-powered Escalade, and is only three inches shorter than the long-wheelbase Escalade ESV, though its 136.2-inch wheelbase exceeds that of the ESV by two inches. So with all of that in mind, the iQL should be absolutely gigantic.


Cadillac is expected to share more details on the Escalade iQL later this year, before it hits and possibly cracks the road at the end of 2024 at the earliest.


Image Credits: Cadillac

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