Buick Is About To Get Its Mojo Back, Like As In Tomorrow


It's about damn time.

For years Buick built cars that appealed mainly to an older buying audience. While it’s worked hard to shed that image in the post-bankruptcy GM world (mainly with rebadged Opels), the task still isn’t fully complete. But a new report coming from Bloomberg hints that’s all about to end tomorrow at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Supposedly, Buick will reveal a brand new coupe concept that’ll be based on the same rear-wheel-drive platform as the Chevrolet Camaro and Cadillac ATS.

What’s under the hood is still a bit of a mystery but we wouldn’t at all be surprised to see a twin-turbo V6 lurking in there. Best yet, this concept is said to be nearly production ready. Now, is this the return of the much beloved Grand National, a different nameplate from Buick’s past, or something new entirely? We’ll have answer first thing tomorrow from the showroom hall of COBO Center. Stay tuned.

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