Come On, Buick; Just Build The Avista Concept And Make Us All Happy

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You won't regret it.

Buicks aren’t generally known for being pretty, fun to drive, or making vehicles that enthusiasts would actually consider purchasing. The Buick Avista Concept, unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, proves to the world that Buick can actually make a great car, if it tries hard enough. While the press photos of the RWD sports car concept looks incredible, we managed to get some photos of the vehicle in the flesh and it’s even better. Let's hope Buick puts this into production and it looks relatively close to this concept. After all, it shares a platform with the new Camaro. Photos courtesy of Sasha Madin (CarBuzz)

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