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No That’s Not a Lion, it’s Cadillac Escalade V’s Booming Exhaust System

Cadillac Escalade V

All anyone wants is an SUV. At this current time, car companies, aware of the public’s demand, are doing their very best to produce the best and most powerful SUVs to date.

The SUV itself, which stands for sport utility vehicle, is a complicated type of car. You see, people expect a lot out of an SUV. They expect an SUV to be able to do all the things an on-road vehicle can do, and hope it is powerful and versatile enough to compete with the off-road namesakes. And that’s where the Cadillac Escalade V submits its application into the bidding.

Power and Precision

Now, in terms of power, the Cadillac Escalade V is not a workhorse, not even a stallion, but a lion ready to dominate any and every road, blazed or not. SUVs are improving every year, but none are improving quite like this. The Escalade V has reached the limits of power, and then taken things a step further.

The Escalade V runs on a 6.2-liter supercharged LT4 V8 and boasts 682 horsepower and 653 lb-ft of torque. To date, the V-series is the most powerful SUV ever made. A vehicle such as this, scoring the highest in the power department, shouldn’t be idle, it should speak volumes of its greatness. The Escalade V should be nothing less than loud and proud. So, just how loud is this vehicle?

The V’s Booming Exhaust

The standard Cadillac Escalade is loud, considering it runs on a 6.2-liter V8, but its exhaust is located under the vehicle with fake tips etched into the bumper. The V, on the other hand, embraces the sound. In fact, it demands there be more.

No, no, the Escalade V doesn’t come with fake tips. It’s loaded up with quad tips in the rear, completing the vehicle’s sporty look. Not only that, but the V comes with three different modes: stealth, tour, and spot. Unlike the Dodge Durango Hellcat, which can’t seem to find a way to drive quietly, the V has options. Power seekers will enjoy the roar of the Cadillac Escalade V, and those hoping to quietly drive into their garage at night will be glad to know that the stealth option gives them the freedom to drive soundlessly.

Not many cars on the market will be able to match the V’s power and powerful sound, aside from the C8 Corvette and the Jaguar F-Pace SVR. Most people looking for a louder roar have to modify their car, and enhance their exhaust system to make more sound, but the V doesn’t need to, it’s already incredibly loud.

Now, when the new Cadillac Escalade V arrives, people will probably hear the vehicle before they see it. And when they see it, large and just as powerful looking, the V will show all that see it smooth, luxurious, and ready for anything.

If you’d like to know more, get in touch with your local Cadillac dealer and they will be able to tell you all about this new vehicle.

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