“You’re going to Germany... to drive a Cadillac?” I lost count of how many people offered that response when I told them about my upcoming plans, but I can assure you, they were all equally confused. Why would I go all the way to Europe to get behind the wheel of a car that’s easily accessible at home?
The biggest weekend in American racing is almost upon us, and as usual, Jalopnik is sending a crack squad of miscreants and weirdos to cover the race. One of them is photographer and contributor Kurt Bradley, whose smoke-filled photos have often graced our internet pages.
The Cadillac ATS is damn fine car even if it doesn’t have a BMW badge on its hood. What do you need to know before you buy a Cadillac ATS? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Forget dumb alphanumerics. Eldorado Jr. That's what we should be calling the ATS Coupe.
Cadillac just unveiled their newest race car on Twitter. It's the ATS-V-R, or maybe the ATS-VR, or possibly the ATSVR. Whatever, it looks badass.
Cadillac has big plans that go beyond just a strange new naming system. They're also planning an onslaught of new models, including a range-topping flagship and a smaller crossover. Interestingly, a new convertible and sub-ATS sedan may be in the cards too.
If you have what's known as Old Money, meaning Really Very Ancient Old Money, you tend to live in New England and your great-great-great-grandparent has their own Wikipedia page and you drive a Range Rover. But if your money is slightly more youthful, you'll want the 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe.
Cadillac's chief global marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus stopped by yesterday to hang out with the Jalopnik commentariat and talk about how the luxury brand wants to take the fight to its German rivals. Before he split, I had one question for him.
Come on, you know you want the Cadillac ATS Coupe over the sedan. The four-door's backseat isn't even that big anyway. Just be ready to pay more for better looks and fewer doors.
The latest Cadillac CTS is phenomenal. The Cadillac ATS is the best small sport sedan America has ever produced. That's all well and good, but there's always room for more — more power, more handling, more noise, more more. And more is coming in 2015.
Cadillac in China is going to be making an extended-wheelbase ATS reports CarNewsChina. Would you want it in the US?
The Cadillac ATS is probably the best small sport sedan America has ever made. That's why I, like most Jalops, would love to see it get the chance to become the best small sport wagon America has ever made. Here's what has to happen first.
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You kids like the Cadillac ATS? Yeah, I do too. That's why I'm pumped for the V version. GM wouldn't confirm it during the Detroit Auto Show, but it's in the cards, and know we have some possible details about its power and transmission.
Since the Cadillac ATS is one of the best luxury sport sedans on the market, I'm confident that its upcoming hotted-up ATS-V version will be a real world-beater. That car's specs remain a mystery, but a new rumor says it could have an engine used by an unlikely bunch — Alfa Romeo. Say whaaaat?
Originally, I was going to post a MotorWeek video about the 2006 Lincoln Zephyr. But I couldn't figure out anything to say about that car, even in a snarky tone, so how about we do an American luxury sedan that people actually like?
Why am I pointing the wrong way on a freeway, in the middle of Snowstorm Nemo, in a car with no heat, no defroster, no snow tires, and no four-wheel drive? Why am I laughing? Because sometimes the worst drives are the best.
Ever lusted after Cadillac's 556-horsepower, stick-shift-having CTS-V wagon? If the answer is yes, then now is apparently the time to get one.