The Buick Avista concept made a surprising debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
The 2+2 coupe with a sleek and sweeping profile serves as a contemporary grand tourer for the American automaker. Its attractive styling resembles the Avenir concept that introduced Buick’s new design language that has found its way onto the production 2017 Buick LaCrosse. Powering the Avista concept is a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine churning 400 horsepower.
The concept is built on a wheelbase measuring 110.7 inches and is sitting on the show floor with 21-inch wheels. Inside is a Superior Blue interior contrasted by Mist Gray leather seating inserts. Exposed carbon fiber and aluminum trim highlight the interior, which Buick says conveys “elegance through simplicity.”
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You can get a better look at the Buick Avista concept by watching AutoGuide.com‘s first watch video below.
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