— The new Cadillac ATS-V crossover, now in its second year of sales, has proven itself as a popular choice for drivers who want a more spacious and sporty vehicle, a luxury SUV, and an all-around vehicle.

Cadillac also has found a niche among the auto-centric market with the new ATS and ATS+ versions of its new, higher-end, crossover, which can reach speeds of up to 120 mph and get from 0 to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds.

The ATS has been popular for its sleek design, luxury and performance.

The ART-V, meanwhile, has been more affordable and more fun to drive than the more traditional crossover.

The new crossover was unveiled on Friday in the U.S. and Canada, followed by a U.K. show on Wednesday.

For the U to make its debut at this year’s New York Auto Show, the crossover must get into production by the end of the year.

“It’s not a car that’s going to go up in price overnight,” said David Pescovitz, a professor of automotive engineering at the University of Michigan who specializes in the crossover.

It’s going have to go from $35,000 to $40,000 before it can be sold on the open market, he said.

Pescov, who specializes on crossover vehicles, said the crossover’s ability to go higher and faster with a more powerful engine is key to attracting more buyers.

A total of 3,800 ATSs have been sold so far, according to GM.

The crossover’s most notable design element is the grille, which has three separate chrome-lined lines that are angled at 90 degrees, giving it an aggressive look and helping to draw in buyers.

It also features a “sophisticated, multi-function grille” that can switch between “all-weather” and “winter” grilles, which helps with the car’s appearance in the rain and snow, according a Cadillac spokeswoman.

Another major feature of the car is its front grille.

The car’s interior features an “all new” grille design that is similar to the styling of the CTS-R, a mid-sized SUV, but it is thinner and has a different color scheme.

The grille is also angled to give a more aggressive look.

The interior also includes an optional driver seat with a “sleek” design that can be used as a sleeping bag, which is “great for people who are overweight,” Pescivitz said.

The front fascia of the SUV features four different color choices that include blue, silver, green and black, according the Cadillac spokeswoman, which Pescvitz said helps make the vehicle more appealing to buyers.

Cadillacs are the most popular brand of crossover in the United States, according with around 10 million sales in 2016, according data from the U in America, a group that includes automakers such as Ford, Toyota, GM and Nissan.

The Cadillac A/T, which sells for $40.25 million, has earned praise from critics who have said its design could make it too expensive for consumers.

Its low-slung design and compact size have attracted more than $100 million in sales since it was launched in 2013.

But critics have also pointed out that its price tag could potentially force some owners to pay a premium for a luxury crossover that could be more fuel-efficient than a traditional SUV.

GM has promised to introduce a new car in 2019, and there is a chance that Cadillac may launch a new crossover in 2021, according Pescavitz.

“The crossover could become a luxury vehicle,” he said, adding that he does not see the crossover being a “fad.”

“If you think about it, Cadillac’s ATS is the only crossover that makes sense right now,” he added.