Cadillac's entry-level sport coupe uses the sharp-edged design language of its stablemates, giving it a unique look that will surely turn heads.
The 2015 ATS Coupe is the two-door version of Cadillac's entry-level sedan, the ATS.
The ATS Coupe uses the same Art and Science design language as used in other Cadillac models, although the edges are somewhat softer.
Headlight casings include vertical running lights that give the ATS Coupe a unique character.
The engine in this model, a 2-liter four-cylinder with a turbocharger, outputs an impressive 272 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque.
Cadillac balances the weight 50:50 front and back for excellent handling.
All-wheel drive is optional, and helps in handling and slippery conditions.
The coupe profile looks very good on the ATS.
The trunk lid lifts high for each cargo access.
Sport seats include leather coverings and adjustable bolsters.
Wood trim on the doors complements the leather interior trim pieces.
Cadillac brings its premium interior expertise to the ATS Coupe.
Electric power-steering allows lane-keeping assist and a sport-steering program.
The six-speed automatic transmission is a bit of let-down.
The Cadillac User Experience, or CUE, is the name of this touchscreen interface.
The optional navigation software shows detailed buildings in downtown urban areas.
Weather and traffic come into the head unit through a satellite radio data feed.
OnStar includes many useful services, and includes a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot.
The Bluetooth hands-free phone system is standard.
Audio sources include three USB ports, an SD card slot, and HD radio.
The Bose premium audio system includes active noise cancellation for the cabin.
A rearview camera includes trajectory lines.
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