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When the new 2002 Cadillac Escalade full-size sport utility vehicle goes on sale early next year, there will be no mistaking it for other SUVs. The new Escalade abandons its “me-too” look with a bold styling inspired by the Evoq concept roadster unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in 1999. The two-seater, GM’s first since the short-lived Allante was discontinued in 1992, will have a body made of composite, similar to the Corvette, rather than the aluminum shown on the Evoq concept.
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