http://www.automobilemag.com - While wandering the floor of the 2017 New York auto show, we had the pleasure of chatting with three of the people responsible for the look of the new 2018 Buick Enclave – Buick Director of Design Bob Boniface, Color & Trim Lead Designer Catherine Black, and Interior Design Manager John Zelenak. The conversation around Buick design has been heating up ever since the Avenir and Avista concepts garnered more stares at auto shows than the brand has enjoyed in many years.
http://www.autoblog.com - You may remember the design from such concepts as the Buick Avista.
https://www.auto123.com - Inspired by Buick’s Avista and Avenir concepts, the new Enclave comes equipped with unique headlights technology and a cabin that is more spacious than most competitors in its class. Discover it here.
http://driving.ca - The Vancouver show always does a great job of displaying the classic cars from the past. But increasingly the show is peeking into the future of automotive design and technology thanks to concept vehicles.
http://www.autoguide.com - The teaser shows that the Enclave’s new face has been influenced by the drop-dead-gorgeous Avista concept.
http://fortune.com - GM's least understood brand has been working hard to create killer new vehicles and reinvent itself. It's working better than they expected.
http://blog.consumerguide.com - Whenever a manufacturer redoes one of its cars, it hopes to make it more likeable. That’s the result Buick has achieved for the 2017 LaCrosse. Things to like about this latest LaCrosse include a new 3.6-liter V6 with more power and better economy, plus an 8-speed automatic in place of the former 6-speed. There’s a stronger yet lighter structure for the new body, which is styled with touches first seen on the brand’s well-regarded 2015 Avenir and 2016 Avista concept cars. An impressively quiet cabin offers more passenger room, and those passengers can take advantage of an increased count of co
http://www.autoevolution.com - While their production EVs still looks dorky (as in the Chevy Bolt), American automakers are daring to dream of a bright future for their flagship models. Both Buick and Cadillac brought sleek coupe-like concepts that cut against the grain of the general direction this industry is headed in.
http://www.carscoops.com - More than 10 months after we've caught an initial glimpse of the Buick Avista in Detroit, the study has been taken to the 2016 LA Auto Show, for a local premiere.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - Despite producing recent flashy auto-show darlings such as the Avista and Avenir concepts, Buick and its offerings have never been a substitute for Red Bull around C/D headquarters. It’s a sentiment that extends to the brand’s new Envision compact luxury crossover, which for 2017 begins its first full year on sale.