Photo of the Escala concept sedan courtesy of Cadillac.

Photo of the Escala concept sedan courtesy of Cadillac.

Cadillac is showing off its Escala concept vehicle that will point toward the future of design and show several technical systems now in development, according to the automaker.

Cadillac is debuting the vehicle in California at the Pebble Beach Councours d'Elegance.

The Escala, Spanish for "scale," has been designed as "both a driver's car and an indulgent flagship sedan," according to Cadillac. The Escala is 201.5 inches in overall length, which is 6 inches longer than the CT6.

The vehicle's "dual-theme" interior includes curved OLED displays in the front of the cabin. With Escala, Cadillac is exploring a new design for connectivity and control with "a central control module that enables the driver to execute tactile commands."

Related: 2016 Cadillac CT6 (driving notes)

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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