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.
I don’t get motion sickness. Ever. Not in cars, on boats, or on planes. Not on rollercoasters or Gravitrons. But the Cadillac ATS-V is so fast, it actually made me puke.
Cadillac is going to have a hell of a time catching up to BMW, the automaker that currently holds the top spot in luxury car sales. However, with General Motors’ recent lease offer on the 464 horsepower Cadillac ATS-V, you could blitz past an M3 for about the same payment as a BMW 340i sedan.
There are two kinds of oversteer: there’s the kind that’s fun and there’s the kind that signals Code Brown.
There’s the photo of us getting gas in Ojai yesterday while making our trek to Pebble Beach. We freaked out a ton of kids and onlookers with our collection of amazing (borrowed cars). If you live between Carmel and anywhere else, just walk out and look at the roads.
Cadillac has been cooking up some sweet V-Series machines for a few years now. Every new iteration brings about a more refined and compelling package. Such is the case with the all-new 2016 Cadillac ATS-V.
I’m an unapologetic fan of the Cadillac ATS-V.R GT3-spec racer. It’s my favorite car on the Pirelli World Challenge grid, partly because I like the street ATS-V and partly because American racecars running against vastly more expensive European competitors is one of our proudest traditions. (Also, that batshit crazy …
Damn those contemptible Germans! Who won the war, us or them? All I know is that Cadillac has built a 464 horsepower, twin turbo, rear-wheel drive track and street weapon in the 2016 ATS-V, and all anyone’s going to say is “But is it as good as the BMW M3 and M4?”
What insights can you glean about a new car from just two Circuit of the Americas laps when you’re in the passenger’s seat? Not as many as you’d like, especially when it’s a car as important as the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V. I’d prefer to know everything about that car but we’re not there yet. What I can tell you is that…
Turbocharged and ready to fight the BMW M3 and M4 with a nasty Detroit attitude, the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V will start at a similar $61,460. Wanna know about the options? You've come to the right place.
How badly does Cadillac want the 2016 ATS-V to compete with the new BMW M3 and M4? Enough that they're priced extremely close. Cadillac this morning announced the starting prices of their hotted-up ATS sedan and coupe.
I recently wrote about the new Cadillac CTS-V being a serious contender to the BMW M5. The CTS-V seems hell-bent on taking the M5's crown, however it has the benefit of being a few years newer and Cadillac was able to use the current M5 as a benchmark. Also this will be the third generation of the CTS-V, so…
The Cadillac ATS-V Coupe is about to make its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. In case you were at all concerned that it wouldn't be able to rip fully sick burnouts y0 (NOTE: you were not concerned), rest assured that it will indeed rip fully sick burnouts y0.
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?