If you buy sneakers by the parcel then you probably can afford this (even though no price have been given). This special Escalade with its special grill that looks allot like the new CTS will be a nice touch when you step out the suv with your band new Air Jordan 23’s.
I think its ok, but much like a good suit or an outfit, if you got bad looking shoes on, then it just doesn’t work. I have to say I just do not like those shoes on this Escalade.
I just don’t like the look at all.
If you are going to put the CTS front on, then put the sides on too. And with all of that done, you GOT TO PUT BETTER SHOES ON THAT WHIP!!! Hell, leave the SUV the way it looks right now and put better rims on it. You can change the whole look of your car just by doing it and everyone knows it. Right now it looks sporty/racing… why? Either you want classy or you want racing when it comes to this type of look.
It’s powered by the standard-issue 403 horsepower 6.2L V8 and gets the deluxe treatment both inside and out. For an as-yet-undisclosed premium over the regular ‘Slade, the Platinum is equipped with exclusive 22-inch wheels, magnetic ride control, LED headlamps, and a new grille that borrows its style from the CTS. The big whip’s passenger cabin gets the cut & sew full-leather once-over on the IP, center console and door panels. Oh, and the cupholders are heated and cooled, too. The seats in the Platinum’s first two rows are upgraded to aniline leather with contrast-color French stitching on the seams, and the headrests in the front two get fitted with LCD screens for the back seat passengers. That’s in addition to the rearward-visibility-hampering flip-down screen in the ceiling, mind you.
Oh and another thing… why do car makers include these punie looking screens that look like someone paid 5 dollars for in cars like these? Go all the way or don’t put them in at all.
Oh and lawd the comments on Autoblog about this! But I’m here to talk about the shoes and why this SUV could look way better with better shoes.