- former new england patriots and current tampa bay buccaneers quarterback tom brady's stretched becker cadillac escalade esv is for sale.
- it has six-way electric reclining seats, a 32-inch tv, and wifi connectivity inside.
- the six-time super bowl champion bought it for $350,000.
bill belichick and the new england patriots aren't the only ones tom brady is walking away from this year. the six-time super bowl champion is also letting go of his stretched becker cadillac escalade esv. brady says that parting ways with the pimped-out caddy won't be easy because it has become his "sanctuary from the outside noise."
becker automotive design has been in the luxury vip-transport business since 1996, building custom mercedes-benz sprinters, lincoln navigators, and even armored cars. brady's already extended-wheelbase fourth-generation escalade has been stretched 20 inches in total, with 10-inch-longer rear doors and a roof raised five-inches. the fourth-gen esv was already 224 inches long, meaning that this behemoth is now 244 inches in length, or more than 20 feet long.
the extended caddy's seats are all handmade at becker's shop and include two six-way electric reclining seats with electric leg rests built into the floor, along with polished wood pull-out tables. there's also a 32-inch lcd tv and a smaller 12-inch screen in the rear, and the car comes equipped with onboard wi-fi connectivity. no wonder brady called it a sanctuary on wheels.
produced from 2015 to 2020, the fourth-generation escalade was powered by a 6.2-liter v-8 engine, and the 2020 model could tow up to 8300 pounds. like the new, fully redesigned 2021 escalade and escalade esv, rear-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is optional.
brady purchased the becker cadillac escalade esv for $350,000. potential buyers can inquire about purchasing this mobile office on becker's website.