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Escalade-V è la Cadillac più potente di sempre grazie al suo 6.2 V8 da 691 cv e 885 Nm che superano anche la potenza erogata dalla CT5-V Blackwing (che però ha più coppia).

Di certo, non aspettatevi super agilità o iper divertimento, pesa sempre 2820kg che salgono a 2906 se si opta per la passo lungo ESV.

Ciò nonostante, Cadillac ha lavorato di fino sullo sterzo, sulle sospensioni adattive Air Ride e sul Magnetic Ride Control arrivato alla sua quarta generazione.

Il cambio è il 10 rapporti automatico calibrato in modo tale da sopportare la potenza extra, mentre il ripartitore di coppia è settato su standard al 50 e 50; ma se si passa alle modalità più sportive si può indirizzare sino al 67% della coppia alle ruote posteriori.

A proposito di modalità di guida, troviamo le nuove modalità Track e Race, oltre alle Tour, Sport e Snow/Ice.

Tra gli accessori figura il Super Cruise, mentre gli altoparlanti integrati nei poggiatesta sono standard.













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Press Release:


Today, Cadillac revealed full details surrounding the 2023 Escalade-V — the industry’s most powerful full-size SUV. It is the first-ever Cadillac V-Series SUV — an elevation of design, performance and technology and the purest expression of the passion that exists at the core of Cadillac.

Boasting a potent blend of refinement, power and technology, Escalade-V features performance-inspired styling and an unmistakable sound that combine for a head-turning street presence. With these distinctive attributes, the Escalade-V expands the V-Series lineup, now in its fourth generation, which offers more levels of performance while preserving the lineage of the original lineup introduced in 2004.

“Customers and enthusiasts have asked for an Escalade-V, and we’re thrilled to bring this high-performance SUV to market in the year of Cadillac’s 120th anniversary,” said Global Cadillac Vice President Rory Harvey. “We do not deploy the V-Series designation lightly. The arrival of the 2023 Escalade-V is the result of a rigorous development program that allows this highly anticipated model to meet the criteria and capability thresholds established by nearly two decades of inspired V-Series performance.”

At the heart of the Escalade-V is a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 engine rated at 682 horsepower (508 kilowatts) and 653 lb-ft of torque (885 Nm). Standard performance elements include a 10-speed automatic transmission calibrated for Escalade-V, full-time active all-wheel-drive system and exclusive suspension hardware and software calibrations. An Escalade-V ESV version is also available.

The Escalade further earns its V-Series designation with:

  • Unique V-Series front and rear fascias
  • Quad exhaust outlets
  • Exclusive Six-Piston Brembo® front brakes 
  • Edge Red brake calipers
  • Unique 22-inch aluminum wheels
  • Standard Magnetic Ride Control 4.0 and Air Ride Adaptive Suspension, with uniquely tuned rear air springs and damper hardware, as well as V-Series specific software calibrations
  • Selectable V-Mode with driver-customizable performance driving settings, lowered suspension and active exhaust valves that control the throaty V-8 growl
  • V-Series badging on the driver and front passenger doors, liftgate and throughout the interior, including the steering wheel
  • Platinum trim interior featuring Zebra Wood decor with semi-aniline leather on all three rows, and heated/ventilated and massaging1 front seats
  • Escalade’s signature curved OLED with 38 inches of total diagonal display
  • AKG Studio Reference 36-speaker audio system
  • Available Super Cruise2 hands-free driver-assistance technology, including trailering and automatic lane change capabilities (late availability).

With the full-time active all-wheel drive system to enhance traction, along with the supercharged engine, Cadillac expects the Escalade-V to be capable of 0-60 mph sprints in under 4.4 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 12.74 seconds at 110 mph based on initial GM testing.

“With a power-to-weight ratio among the top in its class and advanced driving technologies to put that power to the pavement, the Escalade-V offers an engaging and energetic driving experience like no other full-size luxury SUV,” said Jaclyn McQuaid, executive chief engineer, Full-Size Trucks.  “More importantly, it lives up to the vigorous requirements of the V-Series Mondrian insignia.” 

A supercharged legacy and AWD grip
Rated at a GM-estimated 682 horsepower at 6,000 engine rpm and 653 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 engine rpm, the Escalade-V’s 6.2L hand-built supercharged and intercooled engine builds on a legacy of supercharged V-8 engines offered in Cadillac V-Series models, those being the second- and third-generation CTS-V models, the XLR-V, and most recently, the CT5-V Blackwing.

The Escalade-V’s engine shares architectural similarities with the CT5-V Blackwing’s supercharged V-8, but features a larger, 2.65L R2650 TVS supercharger that helps overcome the higher inlet and exhaust restrictions on the full-size SUV application. It spins at up to 13,500 rpm to produce approximately 10 pounds of boost and has an electronically controlled bypass valve for optimal drivability. The supercharger’s unique four-lobe rotors are designed to broaden the engine’s power band, with great low-end torque production and strong high-rpm power.

The rest of the engine is designed to support the high output and the greater cylinder pressures that come with forced induction, including a durable forged-steel crankshaft, forged steel connecting rods and forged aluminum pistons. The aluminum cylinder heads are stronger and handle heat better than conventional castings. The heads also feature lightweight titanium intake valves.

A 10-speed automatic transmission pairs with the engine and features calibration for the unique powerband characteristics of its supercharging system.

The transmission sends transferred torque to an advanced, full-time active all-wheel-drive system that splits torque between the front and rear wheels for optimal traction and driver control in all conditions. The system varies the torque split depending on conditions, but some torque is always directed to the front wheels.

Unique suspension calibrations and V-Mode
Along with the full-time active all-wheel-drive system, standard Magnetic Ride Control 4.0, Air Ride Adaptive Suspension and exclusive Escalade-V suspension hardware complement the Escalade-V’s responsive driving experience. Together, they form the foundation of a heightened feeling of driver control, without sacrificing the isolated precision ride comfort for which the Escalade is renowned.

With this new V-Series SUV, the Air Ride Adaptive Suspension four-corner air springs feature specific, stiff rear air springs. The electronically controlled system also features unique damper hardware tuning and software calibrations, which help make the most of the Escalade-V’s four-wheel independent suspension. The electronic limited-slip differential improves handling and helps to maximize traction. 

Drivers can personalize their experience behind the wheel through the exclusive V-Mode, which drivers access via a button on the center console ahead of the transmission shifter. It lets drivers tailor their preferred performance-driving mode and it also automatically lowers the ride height by nearly 0.8 inches (20 mm). Adjustments available with V-Mode include:

  • Suspension settings: Tour or Sport
  • Steering: Tour or Sport, which feature unique steering calibrations
  • Brake pedal feel: Tour or Sport
  • Engine sound: Stealth, Tour or Sport
  • AWD: Tour, Sport or Snow/Ice
  • Engine performance: Tour, Sport or Snow/Ice.

Additionally, a Launch Control function is available via V-Mode that lets the Escalade-V perform optimal acceleration runs from a stop. Drivers access this feature when in V-Mode by holding down the brake pedal and then applying the accelerator pedal fully, and when the Traction Control Lamp begins to flash, releasing the brake pedal.

Signature design, craftsmanship and technology
Inside and out, the new Escalade-V builds on Escalade’s bold, layered design statement and sophisticated, technology-infused passenger environment.

On the exterior, unique front and rear fascias cast a distinctive pose, along with Cadillac’s signature Sport mesh grille. The rear fascia incorporates openings for a quad exhaust outlet. Uniquely styled 22-inch wheels are also part of the V-Series content. They help showcase the performance brake system behind them, which includes exclusive Brembo® front brakes with Edge Red calipers.

The cabin’s appointments build on the Escalade’s Platinum trim interior, offered in Black or Dark Auburn, with Zebra Wood accents. Standard features include semi-aniline leather on all three rows, with front seats featuring power massage1 and a heated steering wheel.

On the technology front, Escalade-V delivers with:

  • Standard curved OLED with 38 inches of total diagonal display, with twice the pixel density of a 4K television
  • Premium infotainment experience3 with navigation4, featuring a 16.9-inch-diagonal color information display, Natural Voice Recognition, Wireless Apple CarPlay5 and Wireless Android Auto6 capability, Connected Apps and more
  • Augmented Reality, which projects a live image of what is in front of the vehicle on the 14.2-inch-diagonal center cluster display. When a navigational route is active, the system will overlay directional information on the display
  • Standard AKG Studio Reference 36-speaker audio system, with 3D Surround, Navigation Rendering and more
  • Available Super Cruise2 hands-free driver-assistance technology, including trailering and automatic lane change capabilities (late availability).

Super Cruise is the industry’s first true hands-free driver assistance technology. It uses real-time cameras, sensors, and GPS, paired with detailed LiDAR map data, to give drivers confidence while driving completely hands-free on more than 200,000 miles of compatible roads in the U.S. and Canada.

On sale this summer
The 2023 Escalade-V goes on sale late this summer, with a starting MSRP of $149,990 (including destination charge)7. Details are available at www.cadillac.com.

1Requires future dealer retrofit.
2Always pay attention while driving and when using Super Cruise. Do not use a hand-held device. Visit cadillac.com/supercruise for full details.
3Functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth® and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices.
4Map coverage available in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada.
5Vehicle user interface is a product of Apple® and its terms and privacy statements apply. Requires compatible iPhone® and data plan rates apply. Apple CarPlay is a trademark of Apple, Inc. Siri, iPhone and Apple Music are trademarks of Apple, Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
6Vehicle user interface is a product of GoogleTM and its terms and privacy statements apply. Requires the Android Auto app on Google Play and a compatible AndroidTM smartphone. Data plan rates apply. You can check which smartphones are compatible at g.co/androidauto/requirements. Android Auto is a trademark of Google LLC.
7MSRP excludes tax, title, license and dealer fees. Optional equipment is extra. See dealer for details.

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24 gal. / 91 liters

28.3 gal. / 107.1 liters





6.2L V-8 Supercharged DI VVT

Displacement (cu. in. / cc):

376 / 6162

Bore & Stroke (in. / mm):

4.06 x 3.62 / 103.25 x 92

Block Material:

Cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

A356T6 aluminum


Overhead-valve with two valves per cylinder and continuously variable valve timing

Fuel Delivery:

Direct injection with electronic throttle control

Forced Induction:

2.65L positive-displacement supercharger (with four-lobe, 160-degree rotors); water-to-air charge-cooling system

Max Boost (psi / bar):

10 / 0.7

Compression Ratio:


Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):

682 / 508 @ 6,000

Torque (lb-ft / Nm):

653 / 885 @ 4,400


Premium required

Max engine speed (rpm):





Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic

Final Drive Ratio:




Front Suspension:

Air Ride Adaptive Suspension and Magnetic Ride Control 4.0

Rear Suspension:

Independent multilink with Air Ride Adaptive Suspension and Magnetic Ride Control 4.0

Steering Type:

Electric power-assisted rack-and-pinion

Turing Diameter (ft. / m):

39.7 / 12.1 – Escalade-V
43.4 / 13.2 – Escalade-V ESV

Brake Type:

Four-wheel disc with ABS; vented Brembo® front brakes and front and rear DuralifeTM rotors

Wheel Size:

22-in aluminum

Tire Size:

P275/50R22SL all-season



Wheelbase (in. / mm):

120.9 / 3071

134.1 / 3406

Overall Length (in. / mm):

211.9 / 5382

226.9 / 5766

Overall Width (in. / mm):

81.1 / 2059

81.1 / 2060

Overall Height (in. / mm):

76.7 / 1948

76.4 / 1941

Track (in. / mm):

68.5 /1737 (front)
68.3 / 1730 (rear)

68.5 / 1737 (front)
68.3 / 1730 (rear)




Headroom (in. / mm):

42.3 / 1074 (first row)
38.9 / 988 (second row)
38.2 / 970 (third row)

42.3 / 1074 (first row)
38.9 / 988 (second row)
38.2 / 970 (third row)

Legroom (in. / mm):

44.5 / 1130 (first row)
41.7 / 1059 (second row)
34.9 / 886 (third row)

44.5 / 1130 (first row)
41.7 / 1059 (second row)
36.6 / 930 (third row)

Shoulder Room (in. / mm):

65.5 / 1664 (first row)
64.6 / 1641 (second row)
62.7 / 1593 (third row)

65.5 / 1664 (first row)
64.6 / 1641 (second row)
62.8 / 1595(third row)

Hip Room (in. / mm):

61.7 / 1567 (first row)
61.2 / 1554 (second row)
49.4 / 1255 (third row)

61.7 / 1567 (first row)
61.2 / 1554 (second row)
49.4 / 1255 (third row)

EPA Passenger Volume
(cu ft / L):

168.4 / 4733

170.4 / 4802




Curb Weight (lb. / kg):

6217 / 2820

6407 / 2906

Max Payload (lb. / kg)1:

1330 / 603

1140 / 517

Cargo Volume (cu. ft. / L)2:

121 / 3426 (behind first row)
72.9 / 2064 (behind second row)
25.5 / 722 (behind third row)

142.8 / 4044 (behind first row)
94.1 / 2665 (behind second row)
41.5 / 1175 (behind third row)

Trailering (lb. / kg)3:

7000 / 3175

7000 / 3175

1Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution.
2For comparison purposes only. See the owner's manual and the label on the vehicle door jamb for the carrying capacity of a specific vehicle.
3Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of the passengers, cargo and options may reduce the amount you can tow.




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32 minuti fa, Beckervdo scrive:

Ma il 6.2 V8 con compressore, vero?


Dovrebbe essere lo stesso usato su CT5-V Blackwing.

Io temo che facciano qualche sciocchezza perché per CT4 e CT5 le V semplici sono quelle che hanno meno potenza e soprattutto non hanno il 6.2.



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1 ora fa, Cole_90 scrive:

Dovrebbe essere lo stesso usato su CT5-V Blackwing.

Io temo che facciano qualche sciocchezza perché per CT4 e CT5 le V semplici sono quelle che hanno meno potenza e soprattutto non hanno il 6.2.



Il Blackwing è un mostro come motore, ma vedrei più adatto il "vecchio" 6.2 LT

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Sto frontale con i fari piccolissimi lo trovo davvero sgraziato
La serie di cassoni di GM a questo giro sono veramente sgraziati, ne vedo tutti i giorni e fanno davvero una brutta impressione, quelli precedenti erano molto più "piantati" come presenza
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6 ore fa, Beckervdo scrive:

Il Blackwing è un mostro come motore, ma vedrei più adatto il "vecchio" 6.2 LT

No, no, di Blackwing hanno solo il nome 😂😂😂 quel motore è morto con la CT6.


Hanno il vecchio 6.2, le nuove.

Che casino, vero?


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1 ora fa, Beckervdo scrive:

No un attimo mi sono perso. In questi mesi da assegnista mi hanno tolto il 4.2 Biturbo per il vetusto 6.2?



Nato e morto con la CT6, ma vaff....avevano un motore superiore al V8 S63 di BMW e questi me lo tagliano...


Beh, è GM, what did you expect?



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