Many of the concept cars that make their debut at events like the North American Auto Show will never appear on the lot, yet the edge, elegant, and just plain cool features that they offer often do tranfer into new vehicles. For example, the elegant design-language of the Avenir concept last year was carried into the 2017 Buick LaCrosse. That is what makes us even more excited about the sleek, elegant, and somewhat dangerous-looking Avista Concept making its debut at NAIAS, that we can speculate on what we will see on the lot carried over from this design.
Buick Avista Concept Coupe Release Date
Again, we have not idea when an incarnation of the 2+2 Buick Avista will actually arrive on the lot here at Craig Dunn, but you can bet that we are excited about the possibilities. The lean form of the Avista implied power precision, while the technology under the hood means that it will still maintain traditional Buick elegance and ride quality.
Buick Avista grille style
The entirety of the Avista is sleek, but the grille makes us especially excited. Featuring the new Buick winged, three-shield insignia over a dark three-dimensional mesh backgrounds, this concept offers a new intriguing look.
The Buick Avista rides on 20-inch aluminum wheels with accents that match the Dark Sapphire exterior and chrome-accented front fender vents. It looks long, lean, and fast even when standing still.
Buick Avista interior design
The interior of the Buick Avista concept is maximized for passgener and driver engagement. A large touchscreen in the center consule allows easy control of the cutting edge IntelliLink system, and futuristic chair design offer comfort without compromising on edgy feel.
The seating is Mist Gray leather, with a subtle fading pattern inspired by ocean waves. Quiet Tuning, advanced noise cancellation, and Magnetic Ride Control for instantly adjusting suspension mean comfort as well as engagement.
Read More: How Does Magnetic Ride Control Work?
The Buick Avist concept is powered by a twin-turbocharged concept 3.0-liter V6 engine equipped with cylinder deactivation and stop-start fuel saving technology.