If you’ve been paying attention to Cadillac in recent years, you know that GM’s luxury brand is serious about re-establishing itself as a world leader in the premium segment. Cars like the CTS and CTS-V proved it was headed in the right direction, but its new ATS sedan is a clear shot across the bow of the BMW 3-Series
That’s saying something, as the BMW 3-Series has long been the standard by which all other compact luxury sedans are measured. Many have tried to unseat the 3-Series as the segment leader, but none have really managed to pull it off (although the Infiniti G Series and the Audi A4 deserve recognition for coming close in certain areas).
Enter the 2013 Cadillac ATS
, which brings with it a subdued take on the brand’s French-curve-be-damned angular styling, as well as a new level of interior refinement and infotainment technology. Thanks to CUE (short for Cadillac User Experience), dash knobs and buttons are replaced by a touch sensitive screen...