During the weekend’s Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, the first production Cadillac ATS crossed the block, with all proceeds going to Team Joesph for Duchenne muscular dystrophy research. A noble cause, and it’s a shame the car didn’t go for much more than what one would cost on the dealer lot, as the gavel slammed at just $50,000. A steal considering it’s the first production model ever.
Maybe Caddy should have auctioned the Ciel concept. That would have most likely fetched a finer price.