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    Take a look at this 2+2 coupe concept for a greater idea of where Buick is going with the next generation of thrilling new models. Stop by today.

    See Buick concept sedans, sports cars and crossovers here. car coupe/ convertible; In production: no, but provided design cues for Buick Lucerne, LaCrosse.

    The concept car concept is translated as "the idea of a car". This is a kind of prototype car, which tests people's reactions to new technologies being introduced, design solutions, etc. In its original form, prototypes are never launched into mass production.

    Buick coupe concept

    Buick coupe concept

    GM will use the auto-show circuit to find out if enough people might buy such a sporty Buick. In the US, Buick is a complete non-starter to a lot of people under the age of Supposedly the Corvette team did its best to monkeywrench the Fiero when it was in development. I am not an old man.

    Buick coupe concept

    Buick coupe concept

    Buick coupe concept

    Buick coupe concept

    Buick coupe concept

    Buick Avista - Wikipedia

    If built, the Camaro and Avista would exist in the same segment, competing against each other. As for the Avista, most reasonably people gave up hope of seeing it go into production long ago. Everyone loved the blue paint and wondered why GM was showing a car they were not planning on producing. Nobody in their right mind would cross shop this an a Camaro.

    If the fit and finish approached that of the aforementioned Aston Martin and provided similar interior quality, power and handling… It might be a bargain.

    Buick coupe concept

    And it would never be confused as sales competition to the Camaro. They used to, by the millions a year. What goes around comes around. Another missed chance for GM to lead rather than follow. The new Camaro is a superb car. They lose a lot of sales right there. The previous car was a hit because nothing else looked like it. By now, they are everywhere. Compare to the new Mustang, which looks related to, but actually better than the previous one.

    And visibility is infinitely better than Camaro. Older BMWs had something like this, a little arm that would pop out and hand you the belt. Nothing new for the european market. Hold on a second: In the old days, there would need to be two different sources whose identities were known to the reporter before such a claim would be considered to be newsworthy. I miss the old days. It seems odd that all these months after the debut that someone is mentioning this now about Avista.

    Buick coupe concept

    And, as you know, a lot of news starts with speculation or third-party sources. I miss those days of journalism too, far too many false rumors and theories get thrown around now so I get to hear people parot them frequently. The Camaro team has reason to ticked, the team responsible for that concept made a 10x better looking coupe.

    I thought the whole idea of a concept car was to judge people reactions. However GM rarely makes sense so in that regard situation normal here. To me it looks like a 2 door Tesla or a future Infiniti.

    If we were lucky they would keep the paint the color, but even that would be replaced with boring grey I bet. I like your remark, VoGo. We all know they generally try to make cars nobody but a loyal, lifelong GM person would buy. I get that GM is a business and has to take care of its stockholders. And it s a lot easier to do that with a Cruze or Malibu that are built on global platforms and will sell in large numbers.

    Buick coupe concept

    But the Avista struck me as a real opportunity to re-build the Buick brand in the US, in a way that no TV ad ever could. Build it off the CTS chassis, drop in the 6. Yes, I get that the only buyers would be people like us. Sell to the people who love a great and beautiful car, and let them set the trend.

    This X a million. I have a 64 Riviera. I am not an old man. Buick can reclaim something in the American style market if they try. I currently drive an Audi A5S. We buy for beauty and performance, and I would consider this Buick. Now, I am not saying that there is a business case for it, but it would work for me. At my age, a Camaro would not be a proper choice.

    Inside The Buick Avista Sports Coupe Concept



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