The previous Astra sedan was also marketed as Buick Excelle/Verano. Months ago Buick revealed the all-new Excelle that is quite different from the all-new Astra. That makes me wonder if there’ll be a sedan variant of the new Astra.
Got curious to see how a Buick Avenir will look with the roof of the Audi Prologue Avant. I really like the end result. Though it’s now more like a large liftback than a wagon.
Remember the news about Crewe’s plan for a sub-5 meter 4-door coupe, along with one rendering I did back in October 2013? Well this time I’m using the Buick Avenir concept as the base for the entry-level Bentley sedan renderings.
Now that Buick has launched the Envision, will it wear the Opel badge for Europe?
A few simple renderings for the weekend. As read in Autoblog, Opel Cascada close to getting green light for US. I’ve read somewhere that though Buick don’t get the wagon variant of the Regal in US (unlike its’ Opel counterpart elsewhere), Buick is very keen in having the Country Tourer added to its North America […]
It’s only a matter of time GM rebadges the Opel/Vauxhall Cascada as a Buick for North America and China.
This rendering was suppose to be a joke, a very stale Adam’s Apple joke. Anyway when done with the rendering, I quite like the Adam with the Buick grill. How about you? I think this car will sell well in China, the Apple.
This is the car that Buick will not built as wagon simply doesn’t sell in North America, or China too.
According to Carscoop, Opel plans to introduce a new Astra convertible in 2013. But for now, It is not clear if the Astra Convertible will retain the retractable hardtop or switch to a soft top to rival the new VW Golf Cabriolet.
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 7. Base image is Buick Verano (Excelle in China). I believe the last compact open-top Buick was the Reatta built from 1988 till 1991. Am I right?