2016 Cadillac ATS Coupe Review: Well Connected and Frisky
Full disclosure: My grandfather owned a Cadillac. Actually, a series of Cadillacs. Really. But being the land yacht brand for the AARP set is an image the carmaker has been vigorously trying to shake off for years. And with the 2016 ATS Coupe ($56,415 as tested), Cadillac is finally making some progress. Although it's mollified some of the earlier edgy, rude boy styling (the company referred to it as art and science), this certainly isn't my grandfather's Cadillac. It's a gutsy ride with an intelligent suspension system and an up-to-date in-dash system that includes CarPlay support for Apple fans.