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 |  May 15 2014, 11:12 AM


Cadillac has announced that the 2015 ATS Coupe will sell for a base price of $38,990 including delivery. 

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 |  Jan 15 2014, 9:33 AM


Cadillac is expanding its lineup with an all-new version of the ATS that sports two fewer doors, unveiling the ATS Coupe at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. 

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2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe Ditches Doors, Gains Style

Introducing Cadillac’s First Ever Compact Luxury Coupe

 |  Jan 14 2014, 12:01 AM



Debuting to the public for the first today in Detroit, Cadillac claims the new ATS Coupe will be one of the lightest and therefore sportiest luxury coupes in the segment, with an advantage in both power and weight over a similarly equipped BMW 428i.

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 |  Apr 25 2013, 7:32 AM


Long rumored, the Cadillac ATS coupe has been confirmed and will be heading to dealerships next year.

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 |  Apr 06 2013, 9:01 AM


Now that Cadillac has introduced its new 2014 CTS sedan to the world, the fate of the CTS coupe and wagon is up for discussion.

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 |  Jan 23 2013, 7:32 PM

Newly appointed Cadillac global vice president, Robert Ferguson, confirmed that the ATS will be getting a coupe variant as originally planned, although no timetable was shared.

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 |  Feb 05 2012, 10:00 AM


A few days ago, Motor Trend reported that Cadillac was putting its ATS Coupe on the shelf for the time being, and that the convertible and wagon variants were going to be dropped completely.

But now it appears as though Cadillac may have a thing or two to say about its ATS plans – even as vague as they may be. David Caldwell, Cadillac spokesman, was recently quoted saying “There has been no recent radical shift in strategy,” in regards to the ATS. That either means the ATS Coupe hasn’t gotten anywhere on the table, or GM is still working hard at developing the variant. See what Caldwell did there?

As for those who have been reporting different variants on the ATS, including the convertible and wagon versions, Caldwell left the door open again saying “On either end of the spectrum the reporting is inaccurate.” But here’s the real statement that makes us believe that Cadillac hasn’t quite shelved the idea of ATS variants altogether: “We do plan to do variants,” Caldwell said. “We haven’t yet called our shot of how we’re going to execute that.”

What’s it all mean? To us it appears that Cadillac will play it safe by seeing how well received (or not) the ATS is in the marketplace before determining whether it’ll be ripping into variants of the model for public consumption.

[Source: Autoblog]