http://www.autoblog.com - Expect the next Buick Enclave to move upmarket and compete against Acura and Volvo. Although the vehicle in the photos is completely covered in camouflage, we can make out the new Buick family grill. There are a set of LED running lights up front and what appear to be a location for foglights toward the bottom. The camo covering is cut in places to allow gaps for sensors, presumably for parking and other driver aids. Out back, the rectangular taillights don't appear to be production ready.
http://www.cheatsheet.com - For the first time in their history, the Acadia and Enclave no longer share the same bones. The Acadia is all-new for 2017, joining the Cadillac XT5 on the new C1XX platform, leaving the Enclave on the Lambda until a redesigned model bows for the 2018 model year. GMC may have just made its best-selling model even stronger (and better looking to boot), but the Enclave has been punching above its weight for years. So can the two compete even though the GMC has already gotten a big head start?
http://www.autoblog.com - The car we know in the US as the Buick Regal is sold as a Vauxhall/Opel Insignia in Europe, where it's offered in four-door sedan, five-door liftback, and wagon body styles. Call it a case of wanting what we can't have, but we like the last two body styles a lot. Based on a report from a Buick/GMC dealer meeting in Austin, one of them could be coming to the US soon. In addition to the Regal wagon, GM also showed the 2018 Enclave and GMC Terrain to its Buick and GMC dealers.
http://www.autoguide.com - The news comes from a GM Inside News correspondent who attended the annual Buick-GMC dealer meeting last week in Austin, Texas. In addition, dealers were shown the 2018 Enclave, 2018 Regal and Regal GS. The model is expected in North America as a rebadged Opel Insignia Sports Tourer. No powertrain info was offered, but don’t expect it to stray too far from the regular Regal.
http://www.autoguide.com - Spy photographers have caught the 2018 Cadillac XT7 testing, serving as a complement to the two-row XT5 model. The prototype was spotted testing alongside the new Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave, sporting front and rear ends inspired by the CT6 sedan, as well as other recent Cadillac models. Expect power to come from the new 3.6-liter V6 found in the XT5, although a turbocharged variant with more performance is likely.