Remember when the Cadillac CTS Coupe debuted, and we were all like, "Oh hello there?" Well, don't expect the same thing to happen when the new ATS Coupe is unveiled – these brand new (overexposed) spy shots show a two-door that's decidedly more sedate than the angular yet curvaceous and all-around good-looking CTS Coupe. This isn't to say that the smaller Caddy Coupe won't be attractive – the four-door version is plenty pretty, to be sure – it just likely won't have that extra somethin'-somethin' to truly set it apart from the sedan.

Fine, then. We don't doubt that the two-door ATS will be just as enjoyable to drive as its sedan sibling, with a lot of the mechanical stuff likely carrying over unchanged. That includes the powertrain options, meaning buyers will be able to choose from the naturally aspirated 2.5-liter inline-four, turbocharged 2.0-liter four, or larger free-breathing 3.6-liter V6.

Look for the 2014 ATS Coupe to enter production in January of next year, meaning a reveal later this year (LA Auto Show, perhaps?) would be in order.


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      mikeybyte1
      • 1 Year Ago
      I guess I need a pair of whatever X-Ray Glasses everyone else seems to have, including AB. All I see is a heavily camouflaged coupe. The car is so covered up how can you tell that it is softened? The camo looks to be purposely trying to mask and confuse whatever the side window profile is. The backlight seems fairly raked. The front and rear are probably similar to the current ATS. But given all of the masking I don't see how so many people can judge the final design.
      Taint
      • 1 Year Ago
      ATS vs. A5 vs. Q60 vs. C vs. 4 series. All coupes, all manuals. Under 50k. I cannot ******* wait!!
      A.J.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Still saving for an ATS-V coupe...
      postpast
      • 1 Year Ago
      I guess the CTS Coupe is love it of hate it; I fricken Love it. First time I saw it i said, I will own that car. I have been searching the traders and once one comes up for under 20G, its mine. Hopefully they do a ATS Coupe that is a little sedate and a new CTS coupe that is utterly insane.
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      Jonathan Ippolito
      • 1 Year Ago
      This is nice and all but I really am more interested in the V version !
      Thipps
      • 1 Year Ago
      It doesnt seem to have the proportions of the CTS coupe which i love, or the ELR which also has great proportions
      Mr. Bader®
      • 1 Year Ago
      Can't wait for this beauty
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      Camaroman101
      • 1 Year Ago
      wow, didnt know they were this far into production
        illTortuga
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Camaroman101
        I read today that some dealers were already shown the uncovered production car.
      Steve
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hopefully the rear end will look better than the current CTS. I think Cadillac should drop the base 2.5 litre 4 and just stick to improving the 2.0 litre turbo four. It needs more refinement, refine the 3.6 litre and offer the twin turbo six on the high end V series. A new CUV should also be made on the same platform to compete with the BMW X3 and Merc GLK and the upcoming Lincoln MKC, etc. A wagon should also be considered with the turbo four and six engine.
        whatever
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Steve
        RE: Engines...Great idea actually! Leave the 2.5l for the sedan - and fleet market - and sell the coupe with only the turbo or 3.6! Both with available manuals and you have yourself a fantastic entry-level luxury coupe competitor. The ATS-V shouldn't get a V8. I know there are countless people who want it to be so, but countless people aren't in the market to actually buy it. A twin-turbo V6 will make all the power needed to compete with the M3/M4 and AMG, which look like they're going that route themselves, in time.
      1STH
      • 1 Year Ago
      MEH. it'll be fugly like all the other Cadillacs.
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        buckfeverjohnson
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        @1STH
        ‹^› ‹(•¿•)› ‹^› Troll.
        Dean
        • 1 Year Ago
        @1STH
        The above comment is stupid, just like all your other comments.
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