2017 Buick Avista

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The 2017 Buick Avista is a concept of 2-door, 2+2 seater by Buick, unveiled for the first time at the International Motor Show 2016 in North America on January 10, 2016. The 2017 Buick Avista Coupe’s exterior finishes higher blue, have an interest without cutting with a sloping roofline oblique. The front fascia was inspired by the concept car Buick Wildcat II 1954.

The 2017 Buick Avista model’s nameplate meaning in Italian has already been submitted for trademark registration by General Motors on September 22, 2015. The draft car is related to Buick Avista ATS-V Coupe Cadillac and Chevrolet Camaro‘s sixth generation by sharing the same Alpha platform to the rear wheels. Its chassis uses the magnetic Ride Control to provide more accurate handling. Power comes from an engine V6 dual turbocharger 3.0 liter, 400 HP, supported by an automatic gearbox 8 speed. His engine has a cylinder deactivation to improve energy efficiency.

2017 Buick Avista Interior

Inside Buick Avista 2017, the seats are covered in black and gray leather with aluminum accents of carbon fiber to give the driver compartment a sporty look. The panel has a large touch screen preview of a “future version” of the Intellilink ™ infotainment system Buick. The doors and interior components are printed in 3D.

2017 Buick Avista Concept

The concept car was recognized by critics, winning the award in 2016 EyesOn Design (also won by Buick Avenir last year), and the “Best Future Draft” by Detroit News. The 2017 Buick Avista Concept of a quick cut is welcomed for its perfect relative rear row position.

2017 Buick Avista Coupe

2017 Buick Avista Coupe

2017 Buick Avista Design

Although the car was meant to be just a design study, GM would have thought of the Avista or similar engine in production, according to a Buick representative. If it is produced, it is likely to keep the platform and engine concept. A new report said that GM reconsidered the 2017 Avista for production as a new halo 2017 Buick Avista for Buick, referring to a major fanfare generated by launch at the Detroit Auto Show.