Ok, I'll be the first to say it. Will it be engineered to sell in the US? Seems like the cheap sports car everyone here is looking for...
Last edited by JimmyDiablo; 09-13-2015 at 07:12 AM.
Who gives a ****!!!!!
Whoa! Looks great. Now lets not ruin it by putting a hideous Buick waterfall grill on it. Just leave it as it is and sell it as an Opel through Buick dealers.
This would make no new GTC acceptable...
Nice! GM USA needs something like this (assuming it is priced in the Cruze range) to pull in young, performance oriented people. Just don't make the car so expensive that it is unaffordable.
As for the grill, I think Buick needs two grills for their cars, similar to Mercedes. The waterfall grill is ok for traditional Buicks, but Buick needs something sportier for the Regal and if they bring this Opel GT over, the waterfall doesn't look sporty.
One nice looking car with beautiful lines. I'll be the first to put this out there after the engineered for the US statement, A modern more sporty take on the Riviera type coupe would be nice for Buick.
I dunno. Even if it's as nice looking as that rendering, I don't see a FWD coupe priced as high as it probably would as a Buick doing all that well in the US. With standard 300+ horsepower and Active 4x4 then maybe, but otherwise I don't really see people going for it over various other GMs available above or below it, such as the Camaro for those wanting the performance and dynamics and the ATS for a more premium, exclusive vehicle with those dynamics. It could work, I'm just not confident it would. Depends I suppose on how it's actually positioned.
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