Cadillac has a busy two years ahead, after reeling off hits like the 2013 ATS sedan, 2014 CTS sedan, and the 2015 Escalade SUV.
Though it’s hit a stall in sales growth this year, and has stumbled with the launch of the Volt-derived ELR extended-range electric vehicle, Cadillac is on course to launch four new vehicles by the end of 2015, while it sketches out potential plans for a fifth model geared specifically with Asian markets in mind.
Fresh off the ATS Coupe launch, Cadillac will reveal its latest V-Series car, the 2016 ATS-V sedan, at this November’s Los Angeles auto show. The new ATS-V is expected to draw power from the twin-turbocharged V-6 found now in the CTS Vsport sedan–tuned to 425 horsepower to keep pace with the BMW M3 and M4–and with a choice of a seven-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic transmission. An ATS-V coupe should join the