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1989 Buick Regal Gran Sport Ad #FlashbackFriday

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The following ad for the Buick Regal Gran Sport coupe ran in the April 1989 edition of Motor Trend magazine. It featured a large overhead shot of the car's interior, touting the '89 GS' available four bucket seat configuration as a "Buick for two. Plus two." The copy went on to say that the "Regal Gran Sport is the most exhilarating Buick this side of the racetrack." The Regal was based on General Motors' brand-new-at-the-time W-body platform, which shared its underpinnings with the 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, and 1990 Chevy Lumina.

GM Brings Active-Hood Technology to China with 2018 Buick Regal

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - In an effort to help cut down on the number of pedestrians killed every year in China, General Motors has introduced its Active-Hood Pedestrian Safety System to the country through the all-new 2018 Buick Regal.

The 2018 Buick Regal GS Is a Shot in the Arm for the Slumping Sedan Segment

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - You might call it a heroic task, an essential duty handed down from generation to generation. Or, if you're being uncharitable, it's more like a mission impossible for these changing times. Either way, it's hard to deny that the folks at Buick have been given something of a monumental challenge in reinvigorating the once-staid brand and getting people excited about a sedan as buyers continue to reject the form out of hand. You'd need a highly specialized tool to walk that razor-thin line—enter the 2018 Buick Regal GS, a 310-horsepower, naturally-aspirated liftback with a lot to prove.

2018 Buick Regal GS: Need a V-6? Look no further!

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Redesigned for the 2018 model year, the Buick Regal is heavily based on the European-made Opel Insignia and shares most of its features with the German sedan. Featuring a transverse front engine and front-wheel drive as standard (AWD optional), the new Regal has already spawned Sportback and station wagon versions, just like its European sibling. Come 2017 and the Opel Insignia GSi, the brands higher performance version is coming to the U.S. as the Regal GS, a nameplate that Buick has been using since the 1990s.