To properly compete with the BMW and Mercedes-Benz options, Cadillac needed a two-door version of its ATS sedan. Here it is in the sheetmetal.
This is it, the 2015 Cadillac ATS coupe.
The underlying chassis is the same as the sedan, so in terms of dynamics, not a lot has changed.
Visually, of course, much has been revised.
Mirrors are narrow, thin, sportier.
Rear fender is naturally extended, making up for the lack of rear doors.
Brembo front brakes are standard.
Trademark extended Cadillac headlights are still present.
The new Cadillac badge, minus the wreath and with a fair bit more presence.
New badge at the rear, too, along with a reprofiled trunk lid.
Wide opening to the front doors.
Sizable trunk, as you would expect.
The car has long, clean lines.
Interior is much the same as the sedan.
Rear seats are comfortable, but don't offer much room.
Steering wheel with four-way controllers for each thumb, controlling displays on the dash.
Dashboard features traditional dials along with an LCD inset at the bottom for viewing trip information, remaining range, navigation, and more.
The CUE system is largely the same as before, and sadly still sluggish.
The hidden cubby behind the infotainment system now features Powermat wireless charging.
Integrated LTE is now a standard feature on the ATS coupe.
Performance is quite good, for up to 7 devices.
The ATS coupe will be available soon as a 2015 model. Slightly less practical than the sedan, but a fair bit more stylish.
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