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The ATS enters the hugely competitive compact luxury sedan market with a lot to offer -- and even more to prove. Immense effort was put into honing an athleticism that would compete with the best in the segment, chiefly BMW's 3 Series. Given that objective, the ATS has such notable qualities as 50/50 weight distribution, a lightweight construction, five-link independent rear suspension, underbody aerodynamics, available Brembo brakes and all-wheel drive, and a trio of efficient and powerful engines. Of course, there's also plenty of luxury woven into the ATS's fabric as well. Standard features include Bluetooth connectivity, USB/AUX inputs, satellite radio, keyless entry, head-up display, and a 5.7-inch multimedia screen. Technophiles will enjoy the available 7-speaker Bose premium audio system, navigation, adaptive xenon headlamps, and Cadillac's new CUE (Cadillac User Experience) that allows users to pair entertainment and information from up to 10 smartphones. Performance junkies will likely gravitate towards the 2.0-liter Performance or Premium trim with a six-speed manual transmission. The brand's performance-focused Sport and on-the-fly adjustable Magnetic Ride Control Suspension can be had for an even more entertaining drive.