- Cadillac reveals an enormous concept vehicle bigger than its current behemoth, the Escalade.
- The vehicle has a whopping 497-mile range, all bolstered by hydrogen, meaning zero emissions.
- Cadillac aims to redefine luxury transportation with a focus on endurance and environmental consciousness.
Alright folks, buckle up. Seems like Cadillac has decided that size really DOES matter. Apparently not content with the size of the Escalade (which already bears more resemblance to a mansion on wheels than your average SUV), they’ve opted for “why not go BIGGER?”. The result? A colossal contraption that would probably make Optimus Prime feel a bit self-conscious.
Even more impressive (or concerning, depending on your love for fossil fuels), this leviathan runs purely on hydrogen. Which means it can go on a “little” 497-mile trip without coughing up any car fumes. Certainly, a green giant that’s trying to redefine luxury.
Call me crazy, but I get the feeling Cadillac’s design team has been spending a little too much time watching Transformers and less time dealing with the realities of inner-city parking. Just a hunch. However, you’ve got to admire their guts and commitment to a cleaner future. Now, all we need is to make our garages…well, bigger.