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Challenge Accepted: 2013 Cadillac ATS a Real Compact Luxury Car Competitor

September 20, 2012

Competition is essential when it comes to automotive manufacturers; otherwise the dramatic changes that we see from year to year would just simply not occur. Cadillac has always been known for its revolutionary engineering and technology advancements, especially within the last decade. This year, Cadillac has released the 2013 ATS model which is proving to give other compact luxury cars a run for their money.

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To create this vehicle, the engineers went to the drawing board and developed a lightweight structure with a rear-drive design that centers on the core philosophies of Cadillac – mass efficiency and driving dynamics. Despite its luxury car classification, it is one of the lightest models that Cadillac offers weighing in at less than 3,400 pounds.

Like many vehicles today, the Cadillac ATS was tested at the German Nürburgring, one of the finest testing tracks available in the world. The tests determine how the car is able to hold up in various driving conditions – sharp turns and straightaways.

The exterior of the ATS is modern and shapely, offering dynamic drop-offs and upright LED lighting elements. The vehicle will be released in several exterior colors including tri-coat and metallic paints. It will be available in all-wheel drive as well as rear-wheel drive engines.

The interior is striking with carbon fiber, wood and metal plating adorning the many surfaces. Several interior colors and trims will be offered, staying true to Cadillac’s ability to customize the car to your liking.

In terms of technological features, you know that Cadillac will offer them all including their revolutionary sensor technology, Sirius Radio, a remote starter and Satellite Navigation to name a few. Driving this car promises to be an experience you will not forget and you are invited to view and test drive the newest 2013 Cadillac ATS at Jessup Auto Plaza.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 24, 2014 11:16 pm

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  2. May 29, 2014 1:47 am

    You are soo right. I read about this all the time.
    Fantastic blog post.

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