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The ordering for the all new ATS-V opened earlier this week, and we are starting to get a more clear picture of what features and options that you can order from the Cadillac factory. Pricing seems to be starting around $61,000, and then you can start adding bits and bobs to your heart's contentment.

Lets take a trip down the options list to see what you can add to your ATS-V. I think I will start at the thing that most of you care about, the Track Performance Package.

Track Performance Package (RPO Code: Y4Q) $6195
  • Carbon Fiber Package *
  • Performance Data and Video Recorder
  • Low Mass Battery
  • Deleted Items**
  • Carpeted Front Floor Mats
  • Carpeted Rear Floor Mats
  • Tire Inflation Kit
  • Tow Hooks
** In order to get the deleted options added back to the car, you will need to order the Protection Package (RPO Code: WPQ).

Brake Calipers $595
  • Red (J6F)
  • Dark Gold (J6J)

Luxury Package (RPO Code: Y91) $2500
  • Cadillac CUE and Navigation***
  • Sport Alloy Pedals
  • Universal Home Remote
  • High Intensity Headlamps
  • Slip-Folding Rear Seat (Not available with the Track Performance Pack)

Cadillac CUE and Navigation (RPO Code: Y26) $1085 ***
  • Cadillac CUE with Embedded Navigation
  • Bose Premium Surround Sound 10-Speaker System (The V-Coupe gets an extra pair of speakers (12 total)
  • 110V Power Receptacle

Head-Up Display (RPO Code: UV6) $425
  • Included in the Safety & Security Package

Performance Data & Video Recorder (RPO Code: UQT) $1300
  • Requires you to order the CUE and Nav Pack and it included with the Track Performance Package

Seats
  • Recaro Performance Seats (RPO Code: W2E) $2300

Steering Wheels
  • Sueded Microfiber (Requires that you order the Sueded Microfiber Shifter) (RPO Code: 53S) $300
  • Steering Wheel Mounted Paddle Shifter (Obviously you have to order the Auto) (RPO Code: K87)

Sunroof (RPO Code: CF5) $1050
  • Requires you order the Luxury Package but is unavailable with the Track Package

Carbon Fiber Package (RPO Code: CFZ) $5000 *
  • Carbon Fiber Front Splitter
  • Hood Vent Trim
  • Rear Diffuser
  • Composite (non-carbon) Black Rocker Extensions
  • Composite (non-carbon) Body Color Rear Spoiler

Safety and Security Package (RPO Code: PCW) $1850
  • Advanced Security Package
  • Driver Awareness Package
  • Rear Thorax Air Bags
  • Head-Up Display
  • Requires that you order the Luxury Package, but not available with the Track Performance Pack

Protection Package (RPO Code: WPQ) $305
  • Carpeted Front Floor Mats
  • Carpeted Rear Floor Mats
  • Tire Inflation Kit
  • Tow Hooks
  • Replacement package for items deleted in the Track Performance Package

Wheels (RPO Code: R38) $900
  • 18" X 9" Front Wheels
  • 18" X 9.5" Rear Wheels
  • Polished Finish


Package pricing
  • Carbon Fiber $5000
  • Safety and Security $1850
  • Protection Package $305
  • Cue and nav $1085
  • Track Package $6195
  • Luxury Package $2500
Options
  • Data recorder $1300
  • Brake Calipers (Red and Gold) $595
  • HUD $425
  • Recaro seats $2300
  • Suede steering wheel and shift knob $300
  • Sunroof $1050
  • 8-speed Auto trans $2000
  • Polished wheels $900
We feel as though this is a pretty good start on options that are the most important to most of you. The new ATS-V is going to be a rocket and it looks like you are going to be able to outfit one without breaking the bank.

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Thanks!

Can you tell me what is included in the Driver Awareness Package and Advanced Security Package?

And I'm guessing that the Luxury package $2500 includes Cue with Nav and Bose, and is not "***" to mean that the Bose $1085 is a must add when adding the Luxury package, bringing the price to $3585?
 

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Not sure how you came up with these prices, I would like to know. I placed my order today and I can tell you your information in not too accurate. Recaro Performance seats are STANDARD in both Sedan and Coupe. Also Cadillac vehicle equipped with run flat tires do not come with a tire inflation kit.

Here is a list of what else is standard:

Active Noise Cancellation

Air bag, Passenger Sensing System

Air bags, dual-stage frontal

Air filtration system

Antenna, integral front and rear

Armrest, front center

Armrest, rear center with cupholders

Audio system feature, Bose premium 7-speaker system

Battery, maintenance free with rundown protection

Brake linings, performance

Brake, electronic parking

Brakes, 4-wheel antilock, 4-wheel disc

Cadillac CUE Information and Media Control System

Child seat restraint system, rear facing

Climate control, dual-zone automatic

Coat hooks, driver- and passenger-side rear

Compass display

Console, floor

Console, overhead

Cooling system, extra capacity

Cruise control, electronic with set and resume speed

Daytime running lamps

Defogger, rear-window

Differential, electronic limited slip

Door handles, body-color

Door locks, power programmable with lockout protection

Door locks, rear child security

Driver Information Center, 5.7" color display

Drivetrain, rear-wheel drive

Engine, 3.6L V6 Twin Turbo SIDI, DOHC, VVT

Exhaust, dual stainless-steel with chrome tips

Fascias, front and rear body-color

Floor mats, carpeted front

Floor mats, carpeted rear

Front and Rear Park Assist

Fuel gauge, analog

Glass, Solar-Ray light-tinted

Glass, windshield, solar absorbing

Grille, performance

Headlamps, halogen composite, includes flash-to-pass and twilight sentinel

Indicator, engine oil life

Keyless Access, passive entry

Keyless ignition, push button start

LATCH system (Lower Anchors and Top tethers for CHildren), for child safety seats

Lamp, center high-mounted stop/brake (CHMSL)

Leather Seats with sueded microfiber inserts

Lighting, ambient, reading lights front and rear and lamp in cargo area

Magnetic Ride Control

Mirror, inside rearview auto-dimming, frameless

Mirrors, outside heated power-adjustable and driver-side auto-dimming

Moldings, rocker panel, body-color

Moldings, side glass, gloss Black

OnStar

Rear Vision Camera

Rear axle, 3.73 ratio

Remote Keyless Entry

Retained accessory power

Safety belts, 3-point, all seating positions

Safety belts, 3-point, rear, all seating positions

Seat adjusters, driver and front passenger 12-way power, plus 4-way power lumbar

Seats, Recaro performance

Seats, heated driver and front passenger

SiriusXM Satellite Radio

StabiliTrak, electronic stability control system

Steering column, power tilt and telescoping

Steering wheel controls, mounted audio controls, cruise and Bluetooth

Steering wheel, leather-wrapped rim

Steering, power, rack-and-pinion

Suspension, Special Ride and Handling

Theft-deterrent system, vehicle, PASS-Key III+

Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Tire inflation kit

Tires, P255/35ZR18 front, P275/35ZR18 rear, performance, summer-only, run-flat

Tow hooks

Transmission, 6-speed manual

Trunk emergency release handle

Trunk release, power

Visors, driver and passenger illuminated vanity mirrors, covered

Wheels, 18" x 9" (45.7 cm x 22.9 cm) front, 18" x 9.5" rear (45.7 cm x 24.1 cm) premium painted

Windows, power

Wipers, front intermittent

Wireless Charging
 

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Hmmmmm, interesting. We'll find out soon enough. Does it look like some options are different for coupes tan the sedan too? Look at the little 1's and 2's.
 

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Well they need to hurry up! Ive got mine ordered in matte white with carbon pkg and polished wheels!!
That is a nice combo. You may be waiting for a while. Matte white is not part of the launch colors. Neither is the Blue.

From the same dealership.

- Crystal White Tintcoat
- Red Obsession Tintcoat
- Phantom Grey Metallic
- Radiant Silver Metallic
- Black Raven
 

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I can't believe the blue isn't on the options list when you can select that color on the website.

Also, the matte white and the blue are the two colors they debuted cars with and now they aren't on options list. Seems a little odd to me.
 

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A lot of times manufacturers will have "Show Only" colors that never make it to the general public. The new Fords have been doing the auto show circuit in "Liquid Blue" and you can't have that color unless you try and mix it yourself.

As for FoMoCo specifically, they say that sometimes the colors eventually trickle into production, but it is rare. The show cars get a lot more love put into the paintwork than the production cars are going to get. They have to make sure that the colors are perfect and photograph well. The Liquid Blue is actually the result of several layers of paint. It is also reserved for their "performance" cars, hence the use on the Raptor, GT, GT350, and the new Focus RS.
 

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Oh it was my understanding that Liquid Blue would be offered on 2016/2017 models if feedback was good. I really hope Cadillac will at least add the blue to the current color choices.
 

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I understand but considering it's the 8 speed auto out of the c7 with it's own specific cadillac tune it might be worth it. I'm sure it'll be quicker than the manual as well as offer better fuel economy... lol I'm not getting it just because I prefer changing gears myself, more engaging driving experience. I wish the manual was the 7 speed only because I'm hitting 70 to 80 mph on the way to work.
 
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