Most tuners add their touch to vehicles by using fake hood scoops, body kits, and lots of carbon fibre, but it’s rare that a tuner does much to a vehicle other than basic visual and performance modifications. For better or worse, Becker Auto Design Cadillac Escalade looks to be an exception to that rule.

What would a customized Escalade be without a little extravagance? Becker starts with a long-wheelbase Escalade ESV, and installed rear-facing jump seats, front and rear cameras, surround sound, a PC with Wi-Fi, and even an exercise bike. Yes, an exercise bike! Why? I wouldn’t have the slightest clue why, because I don’t speak Obscenely Rich.

The rear seats get new captain’s chairs that recline, wooden fold-out tray tables, personal audio and video controls, and an optional 32-inch TV that splits the passengers from “the help” driving the Escalade. For extra headroom, a roof raised by four inches is available.

The Escalade’s exterior comes with a chrome grille and custom 22-inch wheels. For those who need more security, Becker will equip your Escalade with enough armor to stop an assault rifle.

Xzibit would lose his mind and think the bike-in-a-car feature is definitely the most patently absurd and out-of-touch too.



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