• Mark Behr Posted: 5/8/2011 7:06pm PDT

    I am looking forward to this new Cadillac. Let's hope it really makes an impact in the styling stakes - with some classic cues from the past, mixed with modernity.

  • Robert Charet Posted: 5/4/2011 10:34pm PDT

    ATS production will not begin in July 2011. The June 2011 plant shutdown will be used to begin to install new equipment related to ATS production.
    ATS sedan production will begin in CY 2012, and it will probably be labelled a 2013 model.

  • Greg Posted: 5/4/2011 11:33am PDT

    I am currently an '09 Escallade EXT owner, trading in for a '11 Range Rover Supercharged. My disappointment with Cadillac is, while the Escallade is a reliable, comfortable vehicle with a luxury cache, the smaller, less expensive SRX has more modern features (ie: front parking assist). The Range Rover also has true off road capability (I am an outdoorsman), with more features (5 external cameras and ft/rr parking assist) as well as a true luxury/executive cache. I will move back to the Cadillac as soon as they develop a true competitor to compete with the Rover.

  • Scott Kissinger Posted: 5/4/2011 11:02am PDT

    We have been seeing spy shots of the ATS for the last few months, finally in production sheet metal (vs the CTS derived mules from before).
    No chance they'd be ready to unleash the production car for quite a while yet. - http://caddyedge.com/cats/models/ats/

  • fb_100000014015596 avatar Eric Posted: 5/4/2011 10:42am PDT

    As far back as the '88, the STS was a fine, if small, car, but the beautiful '92 was a breakthrough, and then came the Northstar for '93. At the top end, there should be some new, very roomy, latter day equivilant of the Fleetwood Brougham (nee 60 Special). Don't make it cramped.