The shooters at KGP Photography caught another prototype for the Cadillac ATS-V Coupe, this time playing on the slick, snowy roads of an industrial park.
This is the most complete, production-ready ATS-V Coupe prototype seen to date, with production wheels replacing the makeshift testing wheels that were on previous prototypes.
Earlier shots of a ’16 CTS-V prototype—caught clean without a bra covering the front fascia—provided the best look yet at the vertically slatted grille that has graced every ATS-V and CTS-V prototype photographed to date. It's still not a 100% certainty that this new grille design represents a new design direction with for Cadillac's V-spec cars, but the evidence is weighing toward that determination.
Perhaps with Cadillac's growing V-sport trim, a bigger visual departure has been deemed necessary for the brand's top-tier, highest-performance offerings.
Photo credit: KGP Photography