The North American based automaker Buick is planning to introduce the facelifted versions of the LaCrosse and Regal next month, during the 2013 New York Auto Show.
The car manufacturer may try to keep the LaCrosse and Regal facelifts into the shadows for the moment but, as we all know, in the automotive industry this can be quite tricky sometimes. Rumors are saying that Buick will present two facelifts of the LaCrosse and the Regal during the 2013 New York Auto Show, which will officially open its gates for the public at the end of March.
The facelifted Buick LaCrosse is expected to get a new front fascia, new headlights, a different front grille, additional chrome trim, a new exhaust system and some other tweaks, including an improved infotainment system with a touch sensitive controller. Besides the LaCrosse, Buick will also upgrade the Regal too, which is expected to be based on the facelifted Insignia. This means that we can find a larger front grille, new headlights, a new front bumper, new taillights, a new infotainment system and more. Additional details on the two models remain unknown for the moment and will be announced in New York.