Ever since the all new 2021 Cadillac Escalade was revealed a month ago, the last thing it needed was to be bigger and more luxurious. It’s filled with wood, leather, 36 speakers and 38 inches of OLED display. On the outside, it’s as enormous and dramatic as you’d expect the Escalade to be. But to luxury vehicle conversion company Lexani, it could be so much more. Enter the Escalade Mobile Office.
The Mobile Office, while not materialized just yet, is as close as you can get to a private jet to the road. In renderings, Lexani have completely stripped out and remodeled the interior. It uses a 4 seat configuration, with the quilted leather seats facing each other. Obviously, they have footrests and reclining functionality Lexani owners expect. Up above, there’s a Rolls Royce-style illuminated headliner.
Lexani has also focused on tech. The arm rests have screens and fold out tables. There are more screens, that seem to be removable i-Pad’s, in the side pillars. The driver and passengers are completely separate from one another. Wealthy owners conducting meetings in their Escalade Mobile Office wouldn’t consider letting their chauffeur listen in. Customers can surely do whatever their budgets allow on the inside.
On the outside, Lexani has blacked out the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, with a dark grille, black wheels, tinted windows and Cadillac badge. The exterior also shows Lexani have stretched the Escalade, although that’s hardly a surprise.
Based in California, Lexani have made a name for themselves in the luxury conversion market. They customize Mercedes, Lincoln Cadillac SUVs, among others. They even offer armoring on all of their models, giving extra protection to their wealthy clients.
If you are interested in becoming a wealthy Lexani client, be prepared to dish out at least $250,000 for an Escalade Mobile Office. You will also have to wait to get one, as deliveries for the 2021 Cadillac Escalade begin late this year.