Becker Cadillac Escalade SUV for 99 Percent of the 1 Percent

By Matthew Askari | May 06, 2012
We're not a huge fans of the Cadillac Escalade—it's luxurious sure, but it's also huge, cumbersome, and gaudy. The Escalade ESV is all of these things and then some, as it is essentially a stretched out version of the Escalade. But the folks at Becker have taken the Cadillac Escalade ESV and done some silly things with it. So much so, that'd we actually love to ride in one. Becker has stripped out the interior of Cadillac's luxury SUV, and replaced it with plush reclining chairs, high definition screens, custom interior lighting, and internet access. Becker touts the package as the ultimate for the on the go professional. "The Becker Cadillac ESV allows you to transform travel time into some of the most tranquil, focused and productive time in your schedule." Becker says its luxury conversion is "powerfully equipped with all the comforts and amenities of the office at your fingertips." While it's website doesn't list specific pricing, Becker showed off a Mercedes-Benz JetVan Sprinter at the 2012 New York Auto Show that retails for $400,000. At that price, even some of the 1 percent would have to think about that purchase. And Becker plugs the relatively low-key aspect of driving, or more appropriately being driven, in this conversion, as from the outside it's still just an elongated Escalade. Source: Becker
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