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Cadillac ATS coupe revealed

Cadillac ATS coupe revealed

The Cadillac ATS coupe comes to showrooms in the usa this summer time, is continues to be revealed in the Detroit motor show.

In line with the saloon (that was United States Vehicle of the season in 2013), this coupe sits on a single 2775mm wheelbase because the four-door ATS but includes a wider track.

Going for a page from BMW, Cadillac plugs the coupe’s “nearly perfect 50/50 weight balance.” The not compulsory “FE3” sport suspension includes faster steering, staggered tires and wheels, magnetic dampers, along with a limited-slip differential.

All ATS Coupes are fitted with 18-inch wheels. Like its German competitors, it’s provided with either rear-drive or all-wheel drive. Regrettably, such as the sedan there aren’t any plans for any right-hands drive version.

The Two.-liter turbo is tweaked for 14 percent more torque in comparison to the four-door and develops exactly the same 272bhp-beating the BMW 428i’s power-to-weight ratio. The not compulsory 3.6-litre V6 creates 321bhp nevertheless its 275lb foot of torque is really 20lb foot lower when compared to 2.-liter. The coupe skips the bottom ATS sedan’s 202bhp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder.

Transmission choices a 6-speed manual or automatic-with simply the second combined with the V6. Inside, the two 2 layout is complemented with standard or available color heads-up display, radar cruise, rear mix-traffic alert, and motorized safety belts for front occupants. A 4G LTE telematics system by having an in-vehicle application companies are new for 2015.

Such as the ATS sedan, the outside styling from the ATS Coupe is refreshingly subdued when compared with other Cadillac products. The rooftop, doorways, rear fenders, and boot lid are unique towards the coupe.

It is also the very first Cadillac to make use of company’s updated, more sensible badge-losing the classic laurel wreath.

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