How do you like this version of the Buick Regal 2021 coupe model year?

How do you like this version of the Buick Regal 2021 coupe model year?

June 25, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The artist tried to imagine how the sports coupe Buick Regal in version 2021 of the model year might have looked. At the moment, there is no data on the company’s plans to present a modern model.

Rumors of a revival of the Buick Regal sports coupe began to appear at a time when the entire automotive industry escaped from the Great Recession in the early 2010s. Now that crossovers, SUVs and trucks have usurped sedans as a type of vehicle for many in the world, this resurgence is moving further towards the frontier of possibilities. However, this did not stop the independent artist wb.artist20 from publishing on Instagram his version of how the new Buick Regal Grand National (this is the full name of the car) would look if the automaker really decided to release it today.

The modern Grand National is based on the Cadillac CT6, which does not have rear doors and a large part of the Cadillac corporate identity, especially the front.

The redesigned faceplate lost the sleek Cadillac headlamps and grilles and received more compact elements borrowed from the iconic Buick coupe.

It is worth noting the large hole in the lower bumper, and under the headlights there are triangular air intakes. They look fake, but can be used to supply air to the front brakes. Amber lights placed low in the bumper on the original are also present on this render. At the back we see a small trunk spoiler.

Grand National was one of the few real American muscle cars that appeared in the 1980s. It is still popular today, and its specimens are quite expensive. Despite this popularity, Buick is not even going to create a modern version of this model.

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