Sylvester Stallone’s car-Cadillac Escalade ESV on sale for huge $350K!

Sylvester Stallone put his luxurious fully loaded beast Cadillac Escalade ESV on sale It comes with a humongous tag of $350,000. $408,000 was the original jaw-dropping price. Though the price seems pretty hard to digest, the limo does total justice to the price. The maker of the limo, California-based Becker Automotive Design, has added 20 inches to the wheelbase which stretches the existing huge Escalade ESV’s 130-inch span.

Why Sell?

Sylvester Stallone on asked about the reason said that he ordered it for “specific purpose” and “requirement for it has recently changed”.

Sylvester Stallone

“I ordered my Becker ESV for a specific purpose, however, my requirement for it has recently changed and I no longer have a need for this beautiful vehicle”

VIP warmth Features.

This Sylvester Stallone’s car-Cadillac Escalade ESV is loaded with tons of luxurious features right from wood veneer folding tables, 43-inch UHD LCD smart TV for front and two 12-inch LCD screens for rear passengers. Stay always connected to the internet with pre-installed two sim cards for different carriers. Comfort at peaks assured by seats with installed thermoelectric cool and heat functions, 2 fully electric rear bucket seats and electric leg rests. The windows are equipped with electric curtains to ensure privacy. The original cost of car alone is $89,500 but its upgrades cost about $136,330 which makes it stand alone from other limos.

Sylvester Stallone's car

It comes with just 1000 miles on the indicator and first-class condition as it is barely used by 74-year-old Sylvester Stallone. Selling of Sylvester Stallone’s car was out of blue as Becker Automotive Design confirms that Stallone was directly involved in designing it.

“I enjoyed personally designing the luxurious interior with Howard Becker. The on-board electronics and ride quality are second to none. I hope the new owner gets years of fulfilling use from this sensationally appointed Becker Cadillac ESV. I ordered my Becker ESV for a specific purpose, however, my requirement for it has recently changed and I no longer have a need for this beautiful vehicle.”

 

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