05-26-13, 06:52 PM
Something I really like about the ATS -- Most cars have two different scales on the speedometer, one in MPH and one in km/h; the needle moves over both scales, and you have to read the correct scale depending whether you are driving in Canada or the US. The ATS has a single scale; it looked like it only was able to display km/h (I'm in Canada)... but when you use the driver information centre to change units from metric to US measures, MPH lights up, and the needle moves to the proper speed in MPH. This is most evident when driving -- if I'm driving at 100 km/h, and switch to US, the scale stays the same, but the needle jumps from 100 to 60, reflecting my speed in MPH. Very cool!