Ugh, not surprisingly, it's the same things that prevent Cadillac from attaining greatness.While the CT4-V falls into the same traps that have plagued Cadillac for too long, the brand's insistence on doing things the old way is what makes this V so good. Built on the right architecture and honed by GM's vastly underappreciated chassis-tuning team, the CT4-V is the best sedan in this segment you can buy right now.
The Cadillac dash design looks cheap (like BMW's); just for once can they have a class leading interior (not counting the new Escalade - which is really only in a segment of 2, until the full size Jeep hits the market)?
As stated from the start, this repositioned ATS shows that with its interior packaging, should have been directed at the sub-entry segment from the beginning.
But retains everything good about the driving dynamics/handling of the ATS.