Buick continues to develop a line of crossovers and is preparing a new productMarch 21, 2019
The network has updated information about the new Buick crossover for the Chinese market. The first photos and the latest information are already available, and the model will be available no later than the end of this year.
Just a few days ago, we just read about the new generation of the Buick Encore crossover, which almost completely repeats the Chevrolet Tracker. Now on the Web there are official photos and new information of another new company in the Chinese market. The model name has not yet been reported, but the information was obtained from the official database of the Chinese Ministry of Industry.
It is expected that the model will focus on the market of the Middle Kingdom, but there is every chance of a way out in other countries. The dimensions of the crossover are quite compact, but providing sufficient comfort in the cabin: the length is 4,463 mm, with a wheelbase of 2,640 mm. There is no information about the platform used, but with high probability it will be the joint development of GM and SAIC.
As the power unit under the hood of the future new items will be installed no alternative turbo engine with a working volume of 1.4 liters, capable of developing up to 158 horsepower. Together with him will be installed automatic gearbox, and all-wheel drive system will be available for an additional fee.
On sale model will appear before the end of 2019. Cost is not disclosed yet.
Meanwhile, the new Buick LaCross is completely revealed. Despite the fact that the model has not yet changed the generation and underwent planned restyling, the company decided to significantly upgrade the car and carefully redesign the design.
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