2011 Cadillac Escalade V


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Cadillac Escalade V
We recently custom-built a 2013 Cadillac "Escalade V", Premium Supercharged vehicle. We loved the way it turned out, so we thought we would shoot a quick video! Oh- and the car has 525 horsepower, 550 lbs of Torque.





Cadillac Escalade V - Only from Lund Cadillac
Cadillac Escalade V THE ULTIMATE FUSION OF LUXURY AND PERFORMANCE -- ONLY FROM LUND CADILLAC COMPANY The Cadillac V-series is known throughout the auto industry as the pinnacle of high-performance luxury. When Cadillac made it clear that the manufacturer would not be producing a V-series Escalade, Lund Cadillac listened to its customers and engineered its own version. Taking cues from the award-winning CTS-V, the Lund Performance Team engineered this vehicle to have more power and prestige than anyone would expect even from a Cadillac Escalade. The supercharging and tuning was done by the experts known for creating both the "World's Fastest Cadillac" CTS and the limited edition XLR and SRX models featured on TLC's Rides with Chip Foose. The styling and design upgrades all come from Lund's expert engineers and craftsmen. The Cadillac Escalade ESC-V is a must-have for the true aficionado—call the Lund Performance Team for pricing and availability. Performance Engine: Cadillac 6.2-liter V8 engine with Eaton TVS 112 positive displacement Supercharger. Supercharged engine boasts 550 horsepower (versus 403 horsepower from the stock engine). The Eaton TVS 112 is part of the MP112 Radix Supercharger kit, produced by the same manufacturer that provides the original equipment on the current model CTS-V. Braking: 14-inch front and rear rotors, zinc-washed, cross-drilled and slotted for substantially better brake torque. Exhaust: Full cat-back Exhaust system using aircraft-grade stainless steel, with mandrel-bent turns to reduce back pressure. System includes a custom V-series dual center-exit through-fascia Exhaust port. Handling Suspension: Custom 2-inch lowering kit to minimize body roll and facilitate better handling and cornering. Using an OEM-style drop spindle, this suspension upgrade provides a lower stance without compromising ride quality. Comfort Running Boards: Door-activated retractable power steps on both driver and passenger sides. Upholstery: Full-leather surfaces with barracuda seat inserts and custom-embroidered V-logo on headrests and door panels. Sound: OEM Bose 5.1 surround sound system with AudioPilot noise compensation and upgraded dual 10-inch subwoofers. Appearance Grille: Platinum upper and lower front grille fascia, with Lund Cadillac's exclusive back-lit grill and side vents. Hood: V-series styled ACS composite cowl-induction hood. ESC-V hood comes from the same manufacturer that produces the OEM hood for the Corvette ZR-1. Wheels: Cadillac 22-inch 8-spoke chrome premium performance upgrade wheels. Appointments: Piano-black dash and console surfaces, replaces lacquered wood appointments on stock model. Badging: V-series badging on driver- and passenger-side rear door and rear lift gate. In addition to the standard 4 year/50,000-mile limited warranty, Lund Cadillac's Escalade ESC-V comes with a 5-year/100,000-mile extended powertrain limited warranty that includes the engine and Supercharger. Lund Cadillac Company www.LundCadillac.com 800-479-1221 sales@lundcadillac.com





2011 Cadillac Escalade Luxury Collection Walkaround, Start up, Tour and Overview
American Luxury at its finest! After getting to spend some time with it and drive this best around I absolutely loved it! Facebook.com/Jakeman2164 Twitter-@JakeSoble Instagram-@Jakeman651





Cadillac Escalade Suicide Doors with Supercharger
2009 Cadillac Escalade - Customized with many features including suicide doors, Giovanna 26" wheels, Toyo tires, Asanti grill and vents, Magna Charger Supercharger, Wilwood 16" brakes, Corsa Exhaust, Focal Speakers, Kenwood head unit with JL Audio amps and subwoofer, leather/suede interior. Note the door handles of the rear doors - they have been moved forward and also the roof rack is gone.




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