The Buick Avenir Concept might have a pretty good chance of getting a production version.
Buick is currently considering the addition of an Avenir production model and this will be taking things to a whole new level for the North American brand, as it might steal some of the sales of its main German rivals. The announcement hasn’t been made official but it was confirmed by Mark Reuss, the GM executive vice president of Global Product Development. According to the General Motors official, the company is currently considering adding a production version of the model. If this will be getting the green lights eventually, then expect some similar design.
As you probably know by now, the Buick Avenir Concept has been officially presented to the public during the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), in Detroit. The model in question is coming with LED headlights, a prominent waterfall grille, ventilated front fenders, muscular rear fenders, 21-inch alloy wheels and more. As far as the cabin goes, this came with a lot of high quality materials which included the bamboo wood trim, the silk or the premium leather. We also found the ionic air filtration system here, along with the ambient lighting, the wireless smartphone charger or the 12-inch display. Power to the one-off vehicle made by Buick and shown at NAIAS came from a V6 direct injected engine, equipped with cylinder deactivation system and start/stop. The unit was connected to a 9-speed automatic transmission which was sending power to the all-wheel drive system.