General Motors introduced the next chapter for the acclaimed Alpha architecture at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit last month, the 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe.
Even though the ATS Coupe rides on the same architecture as the Sedan, it has a more aggressive, sporty stance thanks to a 20mm increase in width in the front and a 40mm increase in the rear. The two-door also uses a different roof, trunk lid, doors, rear fender, front fender and front fascia than its four-door counterpart.
The ATS Coupe is the first production car to sport Cadillac’s newly revised crest, which will start to appear on 2015 model year and newer Cadillacs. The emblem, now without its iconic wreathe, is a large step away from the current shield with a smaller, more stretched design. The new emblem makes its presence known on the ATS Coupe, appearing relatively large on the front grille.
The ATS Coupe represents a new era for two-door Cadillacs. It carries a more mature, grown-up design language than the outgoing CTS Coupe, while still remaining visually striking. But design is a subjective matter, so tell us, is the Cadillac ATS Coupe Hot or Not?