Cadillac is a known model in the U.S. but it is yet to expand its horizons in other countries.
In an attempt to popularize the brand, the automaker has launched the 2017 Cadillac ATS and CTS variants with an exclusive white colored variant for buyers in Japan.
As thename suggests, the White Edition is all about aesthetic changes and there are no modifications done in the powertrain. The Crystal White Turi Court Paint is the base color that is being offered on the 2017 Cadillac ATS, CTS which has been duly contrasted with 19-inch wheels. All the three variants being offered in Japan includes leather package combined with an electric sunroof.
If you are going to go for an ATS sedan or coupe variant, get ready to be immersed in premium interiors. The inside of the car will have Jet Black dashboard with light platinum finish. It is highly contrasting when compared to white exterior finish. The CTS variant uses a Kona Brown inside while the other model offered by Cadillac has Sapele wood trim.
Irrespective of the trimline you choose for the 2017 Cadillac ATS, CTS, the powertrain remains exactly the same. The car is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. It uses a rear wheel drive system in the ATS variant while the CTS has an all-wheel drive. Only 20 such cars will be sold in Japan.
The auto manufacturer has not confirmed whether they will go with a numbering system for each car. Most limited edition models use a number badge that lets others know whether you have purchased the first or the tenth car in the series. It is a feature that is loved by car enthusiasts and special edition model collectors. The 2017 Cadillac ATS White Edition will be priced at $57,300 while the CTS White Edition is priced at $78,400.
Not all of them loves white and for those who love to go for something different, the auto brand offers a Sable Black option. The exact same cars will not be launched in the US or European region because they have been specifically designed for Japan. The powertrain, features and performance remains the same.
Both the ATS and CTS models are available with similar specifications in case you don’t live in Japan but like to experience what Cadillac has to offer with their cars. The 2017 edition is going strong for now with newer models coming in the near future.