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Cadillac is branding its new 2015 ATS Coupe with the tagline: “No one has ever stood out by standing still.”

True to their word, this eye-catching vehicle stands out among other luxury cars with its sleek design, deluxe detailing and trademark Cadillac construction.

People will watch when you pass by. They will ogle you in parking lots. Be prepared for the rapt attention of car enthusiasts.

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After making its splash on the automotive scene in 2008 at the Detroit car show as what Car and Driver called an “audacious” concept car, the ATS has consistently wowed drivers and critics alike. New in 2015 is the slimmed-down coupe that borrows much from the two-door CTS. New in the coupe however is the 2.0-liter, turbocharged, direct-injected four-cylinder engine and what C&D calls a “plumped up torque curve” that accommodates the added weight of the coupe.

The sheet metal exterior boasts clean lines and a weighty, substantial presence, giving it an edgy, high-tech appeal. From LED-accented headlights to a streamlined grill (with no signature Cadillac wreath on the hood!), it stands out among the sporty luxury compact vehicles. With an extended front and rear track, the handling received rave reviews from drivers.

C & D calls it “stellar” and a “delight” to drive.

The Car Connection gushes: “Warmer than the Germans and more upscale than the competing Japanese, the American take on the mainstream luxury segment is impressive in the ATS.”

Can you say “Wowzler!?” We sure can.

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The spacious interior contains all of the luxury details you’d expect from a Cadillac in this price range, with elements of wood, metal and leather throughout—with an optional upgrade that includes carbon fiber trim accent. The cabin includes a state-of-the-art CUE infotainment system with high-end features such as text-to-voice and 4G LTE wireless hotspot functionality. A kickass feature in the coupe is that it deploys the audio system in the car to enhance the sounds of the engine, though it might be tough to hear over your own “vroom vroom” sounds you’ll inevitably make.

Bottom line: This is a statement-making vehicle that rivals the Audi A5 in looks, class and handling.

To drive off in your Cadillac ATS Coupe, stop in Atlantic Chevrolet Cadillac Bay Shore and ask for Ronnie DeTommaso.

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