Will the 1995 Buick Riviera coupe get a new version?November 10, 2019
The talented artist TheSketchMonkey presented his vision of what the eighth generation of the American Buick Riviera coupe might look like.
The American car Buick Riviera began its life as a magnificent luxury coupe – the car was first introduced in the 1960s. In 1999, the brand management decided to completely stop the further development of the Riviera model due to rather low consumer demand, and this despite the fact that this coupe was a very important car for Buick.
Well, the independent artist TheSketchMonkey decided to show us what the new (eighth) generation of Riviera might look like if it would appear today. When the Buick Riviera was launched in 1963, the new luxury coupe had a progressive look. Many car critics called the design of the car futuristic. In addition, this car was lighter than other Buick models, and also had a more athletic character – in particular because the car received stiffer springs. During the 1963 model year, Buick released only 40,000 copies of its then-new items to emphasize the exclusivity of the model.
Over time, the exclusive Riviera has slowly lost its appeal to the end customer.
There is no doubt that the current leadership of the American brand will not want to resume sales of the Riviera model, but admittedly, the talented designer has a nice version of the updated Buick Riviera.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Buick revealed the technical details of the new Encore GX crossover. The company has completely updated its engine range and now will offer only three-cylinder pipe motors. The basic version will receive a 137 horsepower engine, and the top one will be equipped with a 155 horsepower engine.
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