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9 Things I Learned About the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V




1. People are really impressed by its looks


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Driving around Carmel during the prestigious Monterey Car Week in California, a handful of people stopped to tell me how ďsickĒ the ATS-V coupe and sedan looked. Keep in mind that Lamborghinis and Ferraris are as common in these parts as Hondas and Toyotas are here, so any praise for anything thatís not a supercar carries more weight.

And people arenít wrong for thinking the ATS-V is sexy. In coupe or sedan form, the car is a head turner, and many people were surprised to find out that it was a Cadillac. The carís sharp lines and aggressive, strong profile look athletic without being tacky or over the top. The whole package looks classy yet unmistakably sporty. The hood vents and big mesh grille also give you a quick hint that thereís something sinister lurking underneath that bulging, sculpted hood.
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