When Automotive News asked Vice President of Global Cadillac Bob Ferguson if the ATS will spawn another body style, the Cadillac exec responded “Absolutely.”
So far, Cadillac has rolled out both an ATS Sedan and Coupe, the latter of which will arrive in showrooms this summer. Considering Mark Reuss alluded to the model after admitting it had already been designed back in 2012, the next model in the production pipeline could be the ATS Convertible. Of course, a wagon variant is also a possibility, but considering the lowly sales figures of the CTS Sport Wagon, that idea seems a little more far-fetched.
Ferguson also reminded AN that Cadillac is not looking to match the large number of model variants offered by their German rivals.
“We want to keep our focus on a limited number of vehicles and do them very well,” said Ferguson.