Buick no longer sells sedans in America, but it remains present in that segment on the Chinese market. In addition to the Envision Plus, it unveiled a model named Verano Pro developed specifically for China, built locally, and aimed at relatively young buyers. At launch, motorists will be asked to choose between the regular sedan and a sportier-looking variant that wears the storied GS emblem. Technical details are vague; all we know is that the standard Verano Pro is powered by a turbocharged, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. However, the firm pointed out both new sedans are available with dual 10.25-inch screens that occupy a good chunk of the real estate on the dashboard.
Verano Pro sales will start in the coming months. Nothing suggests the sedan will be sold in the United States.
Buick expanded its Chinese range of crossovers by launching a seven-seater called Envision Plus. It's positioned between the Envision and the Enclave.