Buick made it clear with the Wildcat EV concept that styling cues from it would start appearing on future products. It turns out the first of them is the refreshed 2024 Encore GX subcompact crossover. And that may seem a little odd to start a revamp of the lineup with the entry-level model, but there
General Motors' Buick brand announced today its commitment to an all-electric portfolio by the end of this decade. The company is currently undergoing a huge transformation to fully electrify its lineup in North America by 2030, which includes new everything - from a logo, and brand identity, to new model names, and design language, and
Fresh new look gained with a sharper-edged face, thanks in large part to the new headlights Big sedan gains a thoroughly revised front and some smaller tweaks at the tail. The tweaks give the Lacrosse a new set of headlights, and they create a much sharper appearance at the front end of the sedan. The lamps now point into the
Buick unveils an attractive offroad EV concept with 370-mile range and with a interior design like a spaceship. The crossover has quite an inspiring design. The Enspire Autoblog Buick just unveiled a new concept electric vehicle, and while the exterior doesn’t appear too futuristic and the interior is a different story. The automaker listed a
GM is negotiating with PSA Group to sale Opel, Buick will stay out of 4 models four models that were taken from Opel: the Encore small crossover, Cascada convertible, Regal midsize sedan and Verano compact sedan, which ended production in October for the U.S. The deal from 2009 delivered benefit to the GM more than
China set up the penalty for General Motors' joint venture in amount of $29 million (201 million yuan) for monopolistic pricing, it was reported on Friday. According to China state media, join venture of GM and SAIC Motor Corp will pay amercement for padding the minimal prices for some models of Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick.
According to the Consumer Reports’ Annual Owner Satisfaction Survey, more that 90% of owners of Tesla cars would buy the vehicle of the same producer again. This ratio puts the Silicon valley producer on the first place in front of the second rated Porsche with 84% and third placed Audi with 77%. The survey that