2011 Cadillac Escalade ESV Platinum | Walkaround & Review| 2011 Chicago Auto Show

Full Shots of interior and exterior, Full Tour, Review. 6.2L V8 403 horsepower Torque @ RPM : 417 @ 4300 Front Suspension : Coil springs Rear Suspension : Multi-link AWD Drivetrain Sequential Fuel Injection 3.42 Axle Ratio Maximum towing : 7756.00 lbs for more info and pricing go to http://www.cadillac.com/

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PLEASE READ ALL OF THIS! First off, I need to add that I was exaggerating the whole "stroke" thing. Yes, it feels like your face is melting, like the one P85D owner mentioned. Also, the quick motion catches you off guard, and you DEFINITELY feel it! Like an insane roller coaster. I was able to test out the 0-60 & 0-100 MPH in THREE different Tesla Model S P85Ds! That is INSANE!… Literally. NOTE: The state of charge DOES matter with the acceleration tests in the Model S! That is why you will see a few 0-60 numbers a little higher than the stated 3.1 seconds… Also, the Model S' had a tad bit of luggage, and at least two people on board. Recommended 90-100% charge with the Model S fully warmed up for best acceleration results. Info on the three Tesla Model S P85Ds used: #1: Multi-coat red VIN 80,XXX, fully loaded except for carbon fiber spoiler & rear facing seats, 21" dark grey turbine rims on Continental tires (NOT staggered), Black Next Generation front & rear seats. #2: Very early P85D. Metallic grey paint, dark Grey 21" rims on staggered Michelin tires, black performance leather, fully loaded except for rear facing child seats. #3: Early P85D. Metallic Grey paint, standard 19" rims on Michelin Primacy tires, black front & rear next generation seats, fully loaded expect for Premium Interior Package & rear facing child seats. (Rest of description coming soon. Last Updated: 6/25/2015 - 1:30 PM Chicago) This is my Tesla Motors Videos playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLksFv5T-Adlsu456XZUbfcoBsPQwA9NkK NOTE: Questions, Comments, Concerns, & CC are/is always welcome! You are also welcome to not like my videos or even like me... If that is the case, I am sorry I disappointed you, but move along. I do not have time for / care about your negative comment(s). Your support means a lot to me! Please check out my Facebook page, Mike Anthony Autosports: https://www.facebook.com/MikeAnthonyAutosports DO NOT infringe on my videos, or my pictures in any way, shape, or form.




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