How GM's Top Designer Improved the New Cadillac Escalade

General Motors (NYSE: GM  ) unveiled its all-new Cadillac Escalade in New York City Monday night, and our "Motor Money" team of John Rosevear and Rex Moore was there.

In this segment of a multipart series, John and Rex go under the hood and talk with GM's top designer, Ed Welburn, about the challenges of constantly improving a high-end product like the Escalade. (Watch the entire "Motor Money" show here.)

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  • Report this Comment On October 13, 2013, at 7:45 AM, CoolGayDad2 wrote:

    Too bad it's an ugly, featureless box on the outside. The interior has some style, but nothing on the level of say the Lincoln Navigator or Mercedes GL. With the Navigator coming in with a base price $10K less than the Escalade combined with GM's lackluster quality reputation, the choice is an easy one. Can you remind me again why anyone would pay a $25,000 premium to have the Cadillac wreath and crest on a Chevy Suburban? Having owned the previous generation Suburban, 2008, I surely WOULD NOT.

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