The compact luxury sedan market is an interesting place. When designing a new entry, manufacturers are constantly trying to find the perfect balance between sport and luxury. Although most cars end up skewed one way than the other, these vehicles typically offer a plethora of trims and options that allow potential customers to tailor their… Continue Reading...
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Long rumored, the Cadillac ATS coupe has been confirmed and will be heading to dealerships next year. Continue Reading...
Cadillac’s first ATS advertising salvo saw the compact sport sedan running a series of picturesque hairpin turns, but the brand is going in a different direction with its latest marketing campaign. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
When GM was developing the Cadillac ATS, the American automaker faced a predicament: build the luxury sedan on an existing, front-wheel drive Delta platform, or build an entirely new rear-wheel drive architecture. Continue Reading...
The new ATS luxury sports sedan continues to help bolster Cadillac’s sales figures, with the American automaker enjoying its fifth straight month of growth. Continue Reading...
Americans are giving the Cadillac ATS a “thumbs up,” but that doesn’t mean it’s a winner everywhere. Continue Reading...
Front-wheel drive dominates today’s automotive landscape, powering everything from subcompact hatchbacks to full-size SUVs. However, it wasn’t always this way. Back in the day rear-wheel drive was king, but over the last 30-odd years carmakers have made a dramatic shift from back to front. Why the flip-flop? No, they weren’t impersonating John Kerry; in reality,… Continue Reading...
January may be the middle of winter but GM was able to rebuke the cold weather with red-hot sales. The company delivered nearly 195,000 units in the U.S., a 16 percent increase compared to the same month last year. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Kicking off the Detroit Auto Show, the Cadillac ATS was just named the 2013 North American Car of the Year. Continue Reading...
Support for the Cadillac ATS is building quickly among the automotive press, most recently resulting in it claiming the Motor Press Guild Vehicle of the Year Award. Continue Reading...
Back in July, when AutoGuide.com reviewed the 2013 Cadillac ATS, Editor-in-Chief Colum Wood extolled the virtues of its handling, but also commented on the shortcomings of the car’s manual transmission. It appears AutoGuide wasn’t the only one that felt the manual transmission could be better. Continue Reading...
There’s a new supercar name coming to town, well sort of… Italian automaker ATS is making a comeback. Continue Reading...
Cadillac just appointed Robert Ferguson as its global vice president – a new position and the brand’s latest push for a fresh identity. Continue Reading...
The first Cadillac ATS that rolled off the line in Lansing, Mich. earlier this year was held onto by the company, and is now being sold at a Barrett-Jackson auction with all proceeds going to support Team Joseph, a non-profit organization that funds Duchenne muscular dystrophy research. Continue Reading...
The first entry into the compact luxury segment from Cadillac comes in the form of the ATS, which entered production today at the Lansing Grand River assembly plant in Michigan. Continue Reading...
Cadillac released its new ATS at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, and now the first official fuel mileage ratings are in for the non-turbo 2.5-liter four cylinder, coming in at 22 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. Continue Reading...
Imagine, if you will, a group of Cadillacs driving together. In your mind, it’s a serene, soft cruise, with the drivers enjoying the scenery, the road, and more importantly the buttery-smooth ride of their American luxury cars. Not anymore. Many Cadillacs, like the CTS-V, include a viciously powerful engine, not to mention suspension and braking… Continue Reading...
Cadillac Global Vehicle Line Executive, Dave Leone, recently disclosed at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show that future models of their new ATS will offer a torque-vectoring system in either its rear- or all-wheel drive configurations. Even though torque vectoring won’t be available when the ATS hits dealerships this summer, Leone wanted to make sure everyone… Continue Reading...
When Cadillac aired its 30-second “Go To Green Hell” Super Bowl ad for the upcoming ATS sedan during the last two-minutes of the game’s last quarter, a total of 111.3 million viewers tuned in, effectively making this ad the most watched television commercial in U.S. history. Could the marketing department at GM have somehow foreseen… Continue Reading...
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… Continue Reading...
Cadillac may be in the process of fitting its new ATS platform with a two door Roadster body that would take the four door sedan and make it a slick two seat sports car. Cadillac insiders at the 2012 North American International Auto Show told reporters from Inside Line that a roadster is being considered… Continue Reading...
Cadillac released its third teaser video for the 2013 ATS, their compact sport coupe. In the video, Cadillac engineers explain why they have focused their efforts so closely on gathering data at the Nurburing track, saying they can gather more data in one lap at “The Ring” than in twelve at any U.S. track. Dave… Continue Reading...