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Enormous 2025 Cadillac Escalade IQ Will Have Matching Price Tag

Key Takeaways

  • A new report suggests the 2025 Cadillac Escalade IQ will have a starting price of $129,990.
  • Four trims – Luxury 1, Sport 1, Luxury 2, and Sport 2 – will be offered.
  • Pricing has yet to be confirmed by General Motors.

The new Cadillac Escalade IQ is one expensive electric car. At least, that’s what a new report says. GM Authority claims to have obtained pricing for the four trim levels ahead of the full-sized SUV’s arrival, and even the entry-level variant is reportedly more expensive than the top-spec Escalade ESV with all-wheel drive.

The range starts with the Luxury 1 trim, rumored to arrive with a base MSRP of $129,990. The Sport 1 isn’t much more expensive, coming in at $130,490. The Luxury 2 and Sport 2 grades are considerably pricier, with $149,990 and $150,490 price tags, respectively. This includes the $2,290 delivery charge that will be applied to the Escalade IQ.

2024 Cadillac Escalade

6.2L V8 Gas

420 hp

460 lb-ft

10-Speed Automatic

Fuel Economy
14/19 MPG

Pricing Lines Up With GM’s Original $130,000 Estimate

Remember that Cadillac has not shared pricing for the 2025 Escalade IQ, so we must treat the above pricing as a rumor. CarBuzz has contacted Cadillac for comment and will update the article once we receive a reply. It’s worth noting that the luxury brand has said pricing will be around the $130,000 mark, which is on par with the abovementioned figures.

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Whatever the price may be, Escalade IQ buyers can expect to pay full price for their luxury electric SUVs. With an estimated starting price of around $130,000, the full-size EV is about $50,000 over the $80,000 price cap placed on electric SUVs and vans. While that’s a shame, customers spending six figures on a luxury car aren’t going to lose sleep over a $7,500 incentive.

One Of The Most Expensive Electric SUVs Money Can Buy

In terms of positioning, the claimed pricing would position the 2025 Escalade IQ in the same territory as the Mercedes EQS 580 4Matic SUV ($127,350), GMC Hummer EV SUV 3X Omega Limited Edition ($140,295), and a fully-equipped Rivian R1S Ascend Tri Max ($120,775). While these are rather large numbers, the Escalade IQ promises incredible features, luxury, and performance in return for its six-figure price tag.


Cadillac Escalade IQ Vs. Escalade-V: Battery Or Supercharged V8 Power?

The Escalade IQ dukes it out with the Escalade-V.

With a 200 kWh battery pack, Cadillac says the Escalade IQ has an estimated range of 460 miles, giving it excellent long-distance capabilities. With up to 750 horsepower and 785 lb-ft of torque, the electric Caddy is mighty, resulting in a 0-60 mph time of less than five seconds. Of course, these estimates are subject to change before the electric Escalade arrives in dealerships. In terms of luxury and comfort, the electric SUV will receive independent air suspension with Magnetic Ride Control, a 55-inch LED display, a 19-speaker AKG audio system, and Super Cruise as standard. Production of the Escalade IQ will kick off at General Motors’ Factory Zero Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center this summer. Later, a long-wheelbase IQL model is expected to follow if the regular model performs well.

GM Authority

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