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Cadillac Releases ATS Supreme Black Limited-Edition in South Korea

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Starting this week, consumers in South Korea will have one more Cadillac configuration to pick from. The brand has released its limited edition ATS Supreme Black model. There are only 50 models available for purchase. Each one costs approximately $51,365 USD (which translates to 57,880,000 Korean Yen).

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An expression of energetic elegance

Cadillac Korea chief Kim Young-sik expressed the manufacturer’s pride at this latest offering. “The ATS meets Cadillac’s young and agile performance, and with the color and detail of the Supreme Black, we have a more bold style.” It’s worth noting that the ATS Supreme Black is the brand’s first special edition model. Youn-sik described the sedan as an experience, hoping each person who steps behind the wheel will “feel the fun and sensual style of true driving.”

2018 Cadillac ATS Coupe

The ATS Supreme Black edition offers ATS fans even more options to pick from (2018 Cadillac ATS Coupe, featured).

Dramatic looks, impressive power

True to its name, the ATS Supreme Black model incorporates an ebony hue on four distinct features: gloss black 19-inch wheels, the brand’s monochrome logo on the front fenders, a black rear spoiler and a Black Ice Chrome grille.

This ATS is as functional as it is beautiful, delivering the quintessential engine potency the brand is known for. A 2.0-liter LTG turbocharged four-cylinder engine under the hood pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission to yield 272 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. Cadillac has also included Magnetic Ride Control for a superbly smooth driving experience. Brembo brakes lend top-notch brake performance.

The only apparent flaw of the ATS Supreme Black is that it is such a limited model. Depending on its popularity in South Korea, perhaps the brand will consider making this handsome offering a permanent member of its lineup.

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News Sources: Cadillac Society, GM Authority