Saturday, February 22, 2014

2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe

Just thought I would share this picture I hadn't seen before.
Where, I think, it looks quite nice, in black.

I think this works much better than the sedan. the back seat being so small it is quite ridiculous in a 4 door car, but much more acceptable in a coupe.
The sedan doesn't really have any advantages and the coupe looks much better.

The are considering a convertible version of this very seriously (The coupe already has frameless door windows). Which should really be great.
This would allow the ATS to better compete with the 2015 C-Class, which will also be offered as a coupe and a convertible.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, please, thank you.

Johnny said...

The ATS coupe isn't pillarless... there is a B pillar, it's just that the side glass is designed in a way to give the look of a pillarless coupe.

Vince Burlapp said...

No one said there is no B pillar...

Anonymous said...

I don't know, you take a pic of this car from just the right angle, heavily photoshop it, and yeah, it looks nice enough. But in some other real-world pics, such as the ones I've linked to below (my apologies if any of the links aren't kosher), I think it's a total snoozer. You're certainly entitled to your opinion, I'm sure not trying to argue, I just have this very strong feeling that this car is going to bomb. I just don't think it stands out in any way shape or form.

http://knstrct.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Cadillac-ATS-Coupe-2015-Car-NAIAS-4.jpg

http://images.thecarconnection.com/lrg/2015-cadillac-ats_100453225_l.jpg

http://media.mwcradio.com/mimesis/2014-01/14/cadillac_jpg_475x310_q85.jpg

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-6ID9FoDALQ4/Uta_v0su22I/AAAAAAACD_Q/5Z59A1lS3Bo/s1600/2015+Cadillac+ATS+Coupe+Detroit+2014+Photos+(1).jpg

Anonymous said...

To Anon 10:38

The pictures of the blue and white ATSs look awesome. Are those the "snoozefests" you're talking about?

I don't think that anyone is expecting the ATS coupe to be a huge seller. It's competing against the G37, C Class and 4 Series or A5 , none of which sell as many as the sedan versions. If they offer a convertible, I suspect that would be a big seller as far as convertibles go.

Anonymous said...

To Anon 7:26:

To each his own!

Anonymous said...

um. News flash, mr. naysayer: pictures from the carshow under spotlights do not qualify as "the real world". Please regroup and try again.

Anonymous said...

Another cramped interior froooom....Cadillac.