The 2017 Buick Avenir is a draft car manufactured by Buick. The 2017 Buick Avenir was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show as a prototype concept study on the future of the Buick brand. 2017 Avenir designed in GM’s Australian design facility, with its exterior design under the direction of Warrack Leach.
The name of the vehicle “Avenir” means “future” in French. The 2017 Buick Avenir Coupe features a new generation, directly initiated V6 engine, stopwatch technology cylinder activation, a 12-inch infrared system, four seat-luxury seats, full LED lighting, 4G connection, selectable suspension settings, 9-speed automatic transmission and a system referred to by General Motors as a “dual clutch-wheel drive system”.
Buick Avenir 2017 model is reportedly built on the Omega platform that is shared with the Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan. Although the Buick Avenir is a concept, it is speculated that Buick will launch a production field, as GM said Buick would receive a sedan-derived and Omega platform market condition, especially in the Chinese market, optimally For such a vehicle. GM said, however, that they had no plans to build the vehicle, and it was never meant to build it.