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More Cadillac ATS photos to go along with Michael's review.
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Ready to pounce. Aggressive stance from this angle.
Many lines and shapes well-integrated.
The regular ATS coupe has a much plainer face. I'm not a fan of the new badge on this grille.
The 2013-2014 ATS sedan had the old wreathed crest and a more aggressive front fascia.
I can't decide which front quarter shot is best, so...
Definitely not Hell. A good angle for the ATS-V coupe.
Like the carbon fiber splitter and vent trim? They're part of a $5,000 package. Watch out for curbs
Athletic proportions on the sedan.
Straight lines through the upper rear fender. Does the ATS coupe need more muscle there?
Much more attractive when viewed at a slight angle. Excellent proportions.
The coupe's long unadorned rear fenders require the large wheels of the ATS-V to properly fill them
A great car for storming barns.
I find the ATS's interior attractive, but impressions vary widely. Too busy?
Upholstered instrument panel includes some synthetic suede and real carbon fiber trim.
Hardly anyone likes the CUE infotainment interface or the capacitive HVAC buttons.
The standard seat has adjustable bolsters, but they aren't large.
For a more heavily bolstered seat, spend another $2,300.
Even the ATS sedan's back seat is tight, so the coupe's...
The ATS coupe's trunk is as roomy as the sedan's. They're both equally small.
Not the most impressively styled engine. But 464 horsepower.