Buick has spent the last ten years, with a great desire to change its image and become boring company American Lexus. 2016 Buick Avista is one of the models that will grab the eye at first glance because it looks fantastic but also options that the new model has. Can a lot of good to expect from the new model. We will see that the specifications in question.
2016 Buick Avista Design Specs
The company recently unveiled a refreshed LaCrosse and after a long time a large part of the offer looks sporty and luxurious although models such as the Enclave crossover and Regal sedan approaching the end of the generation. Of course, the offer still some boring products, but again nothing more boring than the competition. It can be said that all the hard work paid off, especially because this year’s Auto Show in Detroit presented beautiful Avista buy. This concept 2016 Buick Avista has not yet received the green light for series production, but if he hints at what to expect from these products Buick, the US carmaker definitely follow better days.
Many wonder why 2016 Buick Avista calls Riviera for its beautiful Buick compartments throughout history, but the company says Avista is a new beginning and that Buick does not want to go back to the past. At least on paper Avista act very aggressively, with 2,811 mm long wheelbase and a powerful 3.0L turbo V6 engine with 400 hp. Power is transferred to the rear wheels through a new eight-speed automatic transmission, which would indicate that the Avista, if given the green light for series production, became the first Takab Buick since the late 1980s.
Avista Alpha platform shared with two other legendary models of General Motors (Chevrolet Camaro and Cadillac ATS), which tells us that the chances for mass production yet solid. On the design side, Avista is the first model of the Buick in the last 60 years that does not offer a traditional grill-style waterfall, and similar conclusions can be drawn for the rest of the car.
Release date and price
The lines are the 2016 Buick Avista sports to the extent that many believe that another division of General Motors, Opel, did all the work, and the like can be concluded at the expense of the interior. At the time of writing this story more details on this concept does, but there is no doubt that the audience wanted to see him in a production. As we mentioned, Buick has done an excellent job so far to change its image and would be a great pity to miss the opportunity that is relatively cheap, on the platform of the existing model, get a new leader by the image.