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Category: Buick

Buick Blackhawk (2000)

Buick Blackhawk is a retro concept 2+2 convertible built by Buick in 2000. Its grille is based on 1939 Buicks

Buick Cielo (1999)

This is an elegant, stylish four-door convertible. Its name, pronounced see-A-low, stands for “sky” in Spanish. It was positioned as

Buick Signia (1998)

This is a concept multiple-activity vehicle that offers the versatility of a van or sport utility while retaining the comfort,

Buick XP2000 (1995)

This is an elegant rear-wheel-drive sedan showcasing advanced technology to enhance the convenience, comfort and safety of its passengers, and

Buick Sceptre (1992)

The Sceptre represented a global expression of Buick’s premium American automobile characteristics. The rear-wheel-drive five-passenger sedan is powered by an

Buick Bolero (1990)

This light blue mid-size car has a 3.3-liter V-6. It was considered a teaser for the 1992 Skylark. Its power

Buick Lucerne (1988)

This silver-blue concept car was introduced at GM’s “Teamwork and Technology” exhibition in New York in January of 1988. It

Buick WildCat (1985)

This spectacular 1985 Buick Wildcat concept car incorporated four-wheel drive and a McLaren engine based on Buick’s 3.8-liter V-6 block,

Buick Questor (1983)

General Motors had taken over 5 months alone to complete the plans for the Questor’s computer systems. Buick is General