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If you've heard the hype from here to Katmandu, Cadillac built the ATS to take on the world.
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The Mayweather-Pacquiao boxing match may never happen, but the automotive equivalent of that superfight will begin this summer, as Cadillac has just announced availability and pricing for its all-new 2013 ATS sports sedan.
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