Cadillac ATS-V Riding On Ferrada FR2 Wheels: Video4
Go-fast Caddy models didn’t start with the Cadillac Blackwing sedans. In fact, the latest CT4-V Blackwing can point to the Cadillac ATS-V as its indirect predecessor, at least from a mechanical standpoint. Now, we’re getting an eyeful of this upgraded and customized Cadillac ATS-V sedan in the following brief feature video.
Coming to us from Ferrada Wheels, the video is just over three minutes long, and shows the Cadillac ATS-V in question riding on a set of Ferrada FR2 wheels, sized at 20 inches by 9 inches in front, and 20 inches by 10.5 inches in the rear. The video description claims this particular example to be a 2020 model-year vehicle, but given the last model year for the ATS-V sedan was 2018, we’ll assume it is actually a 2018 model-year vehicle.
Regardless, the four-door looks great on the new rollers. With a large, split-spoke design and plenty of spacing to show off the bronze-tinted V-series brake calipers, these wheels present a Matte Black finish with a Gloss Black lip, complementing the bright red exterior body panels and matching the copious black trim and carbon aero bits found front to back.
The Cadillac ATS-V is dropped straight to the pavement on what we assume to be some fancy air ride suspension, giving it the right stance for a street-cruising sports sedan. The drop also tucks the wheels in nicely underneath the wheel arches.
The video is pretty simple, showing the Cadillac ATS-V stopped and dropped in a large parking structure, plus some rolling shots and footage of the sedan out on the highway. The video was shot in Southern California, which looks like the perfect spot to take this luxury performance machine out for a spin. We also get to hear the Cadillac ATS-V’s twin-turbocharged 3.6L V6 LF4 gasoline engine do its thing, which is a nice bonus as well.
Check out the full video right here:
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Whatever, waste of a nice car.
My wife loves her 2015 ATS coupe. Wants another but they don’t build coupes anymore, which is a shame. Beautiful and fun car.
Look up Cletus with his ATS-V build, mid 11’s grocery getter.