Telsa isn't the only American automaker winning fans with a new sedan. Yes, the electric marvel has garnered top honors from almost every publication, but there is some competition.

The Cadillac ATS, favored by Esquire who call it "the most important domestic car since the Model T," has claimed the Motor Press Guild Vehicle of the Year. Members of the guild chose the ATS for capability on both street and track, as well as the attractive interior. It is, for lack of better term, an all-rounder. It is also a breakthrough vehicle for Cadillac, having achieved the goal of attracting new buyers to the brand.

[via GM]

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