Buick LaCrosse GL Concept going to 2011 L.A. Auto Show image

After leaking the 2013 production version of the Cadillac XTS, the North American based automotive giant General Motors has decided to announce that the Buick LaCrosse GL Concept will be officially presented at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show.

According to Buick, the LaCrosse GL Concept has a lot of luxury features such as wood, chrome, leather and deep paint, and the vehicle will most likely impress wine drinkers through a new Cabernet Red exterior finish, along with sports brushed and tinted chrome accents on the deck lid, windows, taillights, headlights, grille and door handles.

“The design cues that already distinguish the production LaCrosse – such as premium leather-upholstered seats, ice blue ambient lighting and soft touch surfaces – are amplified in the GL and serve as inspiration for future Buick models”, said the Buick director of design, David Lyon.

“Every surface in the interior of the LaCrosse GL has been crafted with the knowledge that Buick customers enjoy the finer things in life, but don’t need to flaunt it”, added Magdalena Kokoszynska, the LaCrosse GL creative designer.

Sadly there isn’t more info on the Buick LaCrosse GL Concept but extra details will be announced once the vehicle will be officially presented next week at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. Don’t act surprise if GM decides to put the concept into production!