It is reported that Cadillac Escala will hit the production line in December 2021. It will be done at Detroit-Hamtramck factory and this report is claimed by Autoline Daily video. This is the same factory where CT-6 along with Chevy Impala and Volt are made. It also the same place where Buick LaCrosse is made and earlier Cadillac ELR was manufactured. The new Escala will share the platform with the Cadillac CT6. At this point, this is all we know about this news.
It is also not known whether Cadillac Escala will be sedan like the concept or a CT-6 inspired coupe. The sedan concept made its debut at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in the year 2016. Cadillac Escala sedan had the length of 210.5 inches that is longer than CT6. It will be powered with twin-turbo 4.2 liter V8 engine. Currently, the output is unspecified but will feature cylinder deactivation technology. This technology will help in controlling the emission and fuel consumption at the minimum.
With respect to its aesthetics, it has more muscular and chiselled appearance. There is also arching roof along with prominent contours on the lower edge of the vehicle. The sedan concept is lacking B-Pillar but it does make its presence felt with windows down. It would be difficult for automaker to inculcate modern safety features in the production version of concept. If you have seen liftback opening if Porsche Panamera, then you will feel that it is lifted in here. We have attached video of the leaked news here.