i guess i miss read. i thought the thread was asking what you would like on the ATS-V i like MY reconfigurable gauge cluster in my CTS V sport.??? The reconfigurable gauge cluster is already available on the CTS V-Sport Premium [I do however like the improved display options shown in screen-shots of the CTS-V...I hope those would trickle down].
I think the question was what features from the full V series ATS-V and CTS-V would you like on the regular V-Sport models. But yes, I was VERY disappointed to see that the ATS-V won't get a reconfigurable display, which is almost mind-boggling given the fact that the standard gauge cluster has been WIDELY derided (and deservedly so).i guess i miss read. i thought the thread was asking what you would like on the ATS-V i like MY reconfigurable gauge cluster in my CTS V sport.
but from the pictures I've seen online it does not look like the ATS will have that even in the premium package.
shat screen shots do you speak of for the new CTS-V?
don't get too excited i had the same on my 2012 corvette centennial edition. let me tell you it is damn difficult to 1 hand steer with your palm when maneuvering in a parking lot.Ooh, that suede wheel is tasty!
Mine seems very slow to downshift, maybe that's just the programming.I think the Aisin 8 speed is an excellent transmission and don't mind it at all, but the 8L90 seems like a fine substitute and suspect if the Vsport continues it will get it.
It scares me just to think that the Vsport might not continue...but it actually might not...There is an ATS-V, but no ATS Vsport...There is an XTS Vsport, but no XTS-V...Maybe the V and the Vsport are mutually exclusive...:canttalk:...if the Vsport continues...
Well, then just buy a V, the 600+ HP isn't the point of the VsportThe next generation magnetic shocks. Some reviews said the V may ride better than the Vsport. I'd like to try the new transmission and 600+ horsepower would make the list.
I guess I should have put a winking emoji at the end.Well, then just buy a V, the 600+ HP isn't the point of the Vsport
I'm curious how the new V will ride also. They are saying stiffer springs and sway bars, which I would not like daily, but that the new MRC may overcome that.