GM’s full size SUV range has been redesigned and goes on sale later this year. We put them together in a side by side comparison to see how they differ.
The GMC Yukon (especially in AT4 trim, top right) is aiming to be the most offroad capable of the lot, as well as being the blingiest. The Cadillac is a little more sedate and stately (as stately as a big truck can get anyway).
The Tahoe, Yukon SWB and Escalade SWB have all grown massively. The wheelbase on the SWB models has grown by 4.9-in (124mm) to 120.9-in (3,071mm). Total length is up by about 6.7-in (170mm) to 210.7-in (5,352mm). This means more space for the second and third row passengers.
At launch there are three engines available on the Chevrolet and GMC: a 355hp (265kW) 5.3L V8, 420hp (313kW) 6.2L V8 and a 277hp (207kW) 3L turbo-diesel I6. The base 5.3L V8 isn't available on the Cadillac.
The Cadillac has gone all in with the luxury angle, and has a completely unique dashboard and door trims. There's 38 inches of diagonal screen area with three curved OLED displays. While the Chevy and GMC have a gear selector device on the dashboard, the Cadillac is the only one of three to have a traditional gear lever.