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Pretty neat for its time (looks like a mix between a new Caddy and a GTO) --- A Nav. system without GPS! Unfortunately over a decade later, how many Buicks ship with a navigation system.... :(

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Lucerne, 1988 This silver-blue concept car was introduced at GM's "Teamwork and Technology" exhibition in New York in January of 1988. It was described as a prestige/luxury front-drive coupe with exceptional comfort for four adults in stylish environment. It features a Navicar computer navigation system, developed by GM's Delco Electronics Division. Navicar used advanced "dead reckoning", through sensors on the wheels and steering to track the car's location continually from a starting point entered by the driver. The engine is a 165-hp V-6. Two years after its debut, Lucerne was transformed into a convertible.

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Follow that link, guys. And say thanks to the Australian Buick Club - excellent resource. It's got every Buick concept car since the Y-Job of 1938.

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The Lucerne was one of my favorite Buick show cars. Back in those days, it was hard to choose a favorite.... :D
 

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I love this one, but can I have my wildcat please?-hehe-
funny thing how the xp2000 looks like a holden...(or gto, or catera)...
 
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