When Cadillac said its latest infotainment system would be capable of understanding hand gestures, we pictured a chorus of celebration from caffeinated Italians gesticulating wildly in sleek, well-tailored suits.
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As Cadillac works on the compact ATS sedan for the Detroit Auto Show, the idea of a “baby Caddy” becomes less and less of an oxymoron.
Cadillac Master Coachbuilder, Caddy's unit responsible for livery vehicles, limos, and even funeral coaches, will build a leggy XTS available later this fall.
With the 2014 Cadillac CTS moving up in both size and price and eliminating its coupe and wagon variants, it gives the Cadillac ATS lineup a little more wiggle room to expand.