Over the last few years, Cadillac has been drastically trying to redefine its brand image from the old stodgy ferry of retirees in Boca to a legitimate competitor to the big German luxury players. The first real step was the CTS sedan. It was sized to compete with a BMW 5 Series, but at a bargain price. After years of success with the CTS, Cadillac decided it was time to attack the biggest badge in the business, the BMW 3 Series. The new compact sports sedan wore the name ATS, and it was good. It has been one year since the ATS sedan arrived, and Cadillac has now graced the world with a sleek two-door coupe to tackle the BMW 4 Series.