Any thoughts?This lightly camouflaged left-drive prototype was spied on Melbourne’s Toorak Road last weekend and with its bonnet bulging and menacing quad tailpipes looked oh-so-right on Aussie soil.
This particular car could be even faster than the current American-spec ATS-V, too, given it’s undergoing development work and could be boasting who-knows-what under the skin. The current-spec ATS-V does 0-97km/h in 3.8sec with launch control and costs AUD$80K in the USA.
But sadly it’s not confirmation the 3.6-litre twin-turbo V6, rear-drive rocket is on its way Down Under, a Holden spokesperson telling MOTOR “there is no plan” to bring the Cadillac brand to Oz.
Could this be the 10 speed migrating to the ATS-V? Could we be receiving a higher output ATS-V+? Could this be something for the next generation?