The web was the first photo of the updated sedan Buick VeranoMay 4, 2019
The American novelty will be presented next year and will go on sale as a car of 2021 model year. About the updated sedan, which has much in common with the German Opel Astra and the American Chevrolet Cruze, so far there is little data.
You probably know a car like the Buick Verano! Outside the United States – this country is the birthplace of the Buick brand, this sedan is better known under the Opel brand – this is essentially the same Astra model, only in the sedan body.
The American concern General Motors, which includes Buick, has “mothballed” the Verano model for the US auto market after the 2017 model year.
A couple of minutes ago, in the specialized editions of the “states” there were pictures that say that a test prototype of a new version of the sedan was seen at the GM site. The car was pretty disguised. I must say that this is the first time we saw this car in the new version.
How do we know that this is exactly the updated Verano? Even with a camouflage film, you can see the Verano double lines of the body on the side, especially on a quarter of the panel, where the “folds” are retracted to meet the rear lights. Side mirrors very much resemble the current version of the car, as well as the false radiator grille. This prototype is trying to hide its Buick badge from public viewing, but given all the above evidence, there is no doubt that we saw exactly the updated Verano sedan. Looks like this new version will get a new front end with large corner air intakes. Headlights look smaller in size.
We have not heard anything about possible changes to the interior or motor range. Currently, the sedan offers customers the choice between a 1.5-liter or 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, as well as front-wheel drive.
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