While the regular Cadillac ATS wasn’t much of a success despite being a good driver’s car, the ATS-V remained a favorite of this website. The ATS sedan is being discontinued but the ATS-V coupe will live on for 2019 with a price increase, one that sort of saves you money if you like carbon fiber.
A Florida-based coachbuilder that specializes in turning hard-top cars into convertibles got its hands on a 464-horsepower Cadillac ATS-V Coupe, and morphed it into something amazing—a convertible. Here’s how the company did it, from reinforcing the unibody to custom-forming the top to yield the perfect shape.
The Cadillac ATS sedan is dying at the end of 2018, and that’s sad. So to commemorate the dear Cadillac sports sedan’s passing, some of us are going to write about our experiences with Cadillac’s attempt to fight BMW’s 3 Series.
Cadillac gave me an ATS-V for a few days, and I drove the crap out of it. But I also studied it, and was left awe-struck by the cooling system. There are six heat exchangers mounted to the front of the car— three in the center, two outboard, and one even lies flat, flush with the bottom of the car. Here’s how it all…
I just put more than 1,000 miles on a Cadillac ATS-V, driving in a spirited fashion (read: ripping burnouts) around Michigan’s upper peninsula, and maybe off-roading in the forest a little bit. I made the V work hard, but it just laughed at me and begged for more. And I finally answered a burning question we’ve had…
You may have heard that Cadillac is having a difficult time convincing customers to buy one of their cars that is not an Escalade. That sucks for them, but it could be good for you if you would like a nice American luxury sedan for up to $17,000 off.
What’s better than power? More power, obviously. And in a nice little surprise, it turns out the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V has even more power than General Motors initially thought it would. It’s faster, too.
Few cars have us salivating quite as profusely as the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V coupe and sedan. The numbers speak for themselves – 455 hp, 0-60 in 3.9 seconds, and a top speed of 185 MPH – but there's more to the ATS-V story than just bench-racing statistics. That's what Cadillac's chief engineer is here to answer.
We've been waiting far too long for this, but Cadillac has finally delivered. It's the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V, with 455 horsepower, a 0-60 time of 3.9 seconds, and a top speed of 185 MPH. Say hello to the latest threat to the BMW M3/M4 dynamic duo.
A Cadillac on the Nürburgring? What are the odds? Sure Cadillac's never met a Nürburgring it didn't lap, but this is the best we've seen of the company's upcoming 3-Series competitor rounding graffiti street.