Thanks to all manner of spy shots, we know that Cadillac is hard at work perfecting its upcoming ATS sedan. The machine, which will slot in below the current CTS in the automaker's lineup, is rumored to be headed to market with a 2013 model-year designation, and, if that's the case, it could very well be hitting dealers in the fall of 2012.

GM head honcho Mark Reuss recently spent some time behind the wheel of a preproduction ATS sedan, and he brought along a video crew to commemorate the event. Naturally, Reuss had plenty to say about the car in the resulting two-minute video, calling it "a soul for Cadillac in this segment that we haven't had before."

Besides the commentary, you'll be able to witness a few bits and pieces of the car, both inside and out, that offer another perspective from what we've already seen in spy photos. See for yourself in the video after the break. Warning, it autoplays.

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