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Final Cadillac ATS-V Is Pedestal Edition Finished In Zeus Bronze

Final Cadillac ATS-V Is Pedestal Edition Finished In Zeus Bronze

As we reported this summer, the Cadillac ATS was officially discontinued for the 2019 model year, marking the termination of a production run that first launched in 2012. Now, Cadillac Society has unearthed details on the last example of the Cadillac ATS-V, the hot-to-trot performance version of the D-segment luxury sled.

Rolling off the assembly line in December of 2018, the final Cadillac ATS-V is a coupe model finished in a head-turning shade dubbed Zeus Bronze, which covers the shapely two-door body style head to toe. For reference, the ATS sedan met its end a year prior.

What’s more, the last ATS-V produced is one of just 300 Pedestal Edition models, Cadillac’s sendoff for the third-generation V-Series vehicles. To note, Caddy also offered the Pedestal Edition outfit with the 2019 Cadillac CTS-V sedan. As for the Cadillac ATS-V Pedestal Edition models, equipment upgrades include the following goodies (production codes marked in parenthesis):

  • (Y91) Luxury Package
  • (CFZ) Carbon Fiber Package
  • Body-color, non-illuminated door handles
  • (W2E) Recaro performance seats
  • (UQT) Performance data and video recorder
  • Gloss Black DLO (day light opening) moldings
  • (TSA) Black chrome surround grille
  • (R8O) 18-inch After Midnight painted alloy wheels
  • (J6F) Red Brembo brake calipers

Meanwhile, back in July, the final ATS Coupe (non-V-Series model) rolled off the line at the production facility in Lansing Grand River finished in Silver Ice Metallic.

During its tenure as the range-topping performance option in the ATS lineup, the Cadillac ATS-V was equipped with the twin-turbo 3.6L V6 (production code LF4), which doled out upwards of 464 horsepower and 444 pound-feet of torque.

The Cadillac ATS-V will be indirectly replaced by the upcoming Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing and Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing, with the CT5 taking a spot on the high end and the CT4 taking a spot on the low end.

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Jonathan is an automotive journalist based out of Southern California. He loves anything and everything on four wheels.

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