Another day, another set of spy shots of the forthcoming Cadillac ATS-V coupe. This latest example was snapped by spy photographers just outside of das Nürburgring. Continuing to sport a ton of camouflage, the ATS-V coupe captured on film does provide us with a good look at the super coupe’s side profile. New rocker panels are readily apparent, and the car appears to sport wider haunches than the standard ATS coupe. Anf from what we can make out, that front clip looks eerily similar to that of the outgoing Cadillac CTS-V Coupe.
Meanwhile, a set of big brakes can be seen beneath the Camaro Z/28-like wheels that the prototype vehicle rides on. While we continue to wait for official specs on the new ATS-V, we fully expect the car to use a high-output version of GM’s LF3 twin-turbo V6 – an engine that’s good for 420 horsepower in the CTS Vsport – to combat the BMW M4 and its 425 horsepower twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine. While nothing is official, we’re expecting around 450 horsepower, as we hear the modifications to the engine will involve larger turbos, and stronger internals.