Cadillac has announced that the new 2015 Escalade will debut in New York, as expected, on October 7. GM's luxury marque has said little more than that, focusing instead on an artistic collaboration with photographer/filmmaker Autumn de Wilde, but we can expect the new Escalade to look pretty much like the Denali with some contemporary Cadillac design cues thrown in for good measure. Check out the two teaser images and the video below for a glimpse at what the Art & Science brand has in store.
Images and film show the all-new Escalade in an artistic light
DETROIT – Cadillac will unveil the all-new 2015 Escalade luxury SUV on October 7 with indie rock photographer and director Autumn de Wilde, who produced a series of portraits and a film highlighting the Escalade design process.
"I immerse myself in the world of my subjects. I suppose it's not unlike a method actor's approach sometimes," said de Wilde. "My job is to give the audience even more of a reason to form a crush on this person or this object."
De Wilde's vivid portraiture gives her the perfect lens with which to capture the 2015 Cadillac Escalade from an artistic perspective. The images she created highlight the sophistication, luxury, and iconic nature of the Escalade in an expression different than that of traditional automotive photography.
Says de Wilde, "As a photographer, I am searching for those iconic portraits that makes you wish you were there. I am always searching."
Autumn de Wilde's portrait series and behind-the-scenes video of her visit to the Cadillac design will be revealed at the Escalade Global Reveal on October 7 in New York City.
To RSVP for the livestream, and to stay up to date on images and videos of the 2015 Escalade, please visit youtube.com/Cadillac.
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