Though Cadillac has not released any new plans for the upcoming models of the Cadillac ATS in Tacoma, it has been indicated that a cabriolet version of the car may be happening in the near future.  One company, Newport Convertible Engineering has recently released a set of rendering that portray a Cadillac ATS four-door convertible.

Currently, the Cadillac ATS is having no problem getting attention as-is.  It’s one of the most popular new cars for the 2013 model year, with several honors and accolades.  There are different trim levels and available accessories that make the ATS one of the most sought after luxury cars of any available for 2013.


The base 2013 Cadillac ATS comes with a four-cylinder engine and has rear-wheel drive, but a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a V6 engine and all-wheel drive are available. Most test drivers suggest bypassing the base engine because the base engines in competitors are more powerful, but they do like that its fuel economy reaches 22/33 mpg city/highway. That’s good for an upscale midsize car. Car critics also like the ATS’ accurate steering and strong brakes, which bring the ATS to a smooth stop at high speeds.

Inside, the ATS comes with a strong list of standard features that includes Bluetooth, dual USB ports and a Bose stereo. Higher trims and option packages add an infotainment system, navigation and safety features like a lane departure warning system and parking sensors. Test drivers appreciate that the cabin is attractive and made with high-quality materials.

For more information about the ATS, or to take a look at any Cadillac vehicle, contact Larson Cadillac Saab.


30 Jul 2013

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