New Buick LaCrosse hints at next Holden Commodore
by Joshua Dowling
19 November 2015
General Motors has unveiled a sleek new luxury sedan that will form the basis of the Holden Commodore of the future. Just don't expect a V8.
The new Buick LaCrosse luxury sedan has the same underpinnings and body structure as the 2018 Holden Commodore, which will be imported once the Adelaide production line closes in late 2017.
While the bodywork will change slightly, the Buick is the clearest indication yet as to what the first imported Commodore will look like, including the long sleek body, hoop-shaped roof, large grille and tapered headlights.
General Motors executives stopped short of declaring the Buick as the next Commodore, but did admit that the all-new architecture (car jargon for the underbody and the shape of the body structure) would form the basis of the next Commodore.
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