More Details on the Next Cadillac Escalade

What will the new Cadillac Escalade be like? General Motors won't show off its all-new luxury SUV until late this year, but some hints emerged this week after it was shown to Wall Street analysts in a closed-door session.

So what should we expect from GM's new ultra-lux SUV? Along with other members of the media, Fool contributor John Rosevear was invited to listen in by phone as it was unveiled. In this video, he gives you the full scoop -- along with some insight into GM's strategy and plans for the next-generation Escalade as it goes up against rivals from Daimler's Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen's Audi brands.

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