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Design Competition

New Cadillac Crossover


Rumors are starting to swirl yet again about a new Cadillac crossover to slot in below the Escalade and above the SRX. We're looking for your ideas. You can sketch it or you can chop it. No limitations of what to use as a base. Will you make it an on road sports crossover like the X5 or will you make it a versatile off road mountain goat like a Range Rover?

Either way, if you submit the winning design, you'll win this 1/14th scale Remote Control Cadillac Escalade. Voting starts on June 1st, get it in before then.


Product Description:

  • Special Feature Full Function Radio Controlled Forward, Reverse, Stop, Left & Right Adjustable Front Wheel Alignment
  • Trigger Gun Type Controller
  • All Independent Spring Suspension System
  • Detailed Interior / Exterior Rims & Tires
  • Glossy Exterior Paint
  • Working Headlights
  • Working Rear lights
  • Dimensions: 13"L x 5"W x 4"H
  • Speed: 8-15 mph Scale: 1:14
  • Remote Distance: 30 fts
  • Factory Assembled Ready to Run
  • 5 AA Batteries (Not Included)
  • 9v Battery of the Controller (Not included)

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Buy a Lexus GX460, slap a Cadillac grill on the front and some vertical tail lights on the back, done. It's not like the people who buy these could tell the difference anyways

Start w/ a Chevy Traverse...it would be a Lambda..the Traverse makes more sense as a starting point than the Acacia or Enclave because it's slab sided styling would work well w/ crisp Caddy ends and details, I think..

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