Buick has unveiled the latest generation of its LaCrosse sedan as the brand's flagship four-door vehicle in China. The new LaCrosse boasts Buick's Pure Design styling language, featuring a broad, trapezoidal grille, stacked headlights with LED running lights, and full-width taillights with a sharp appearance.

While Buick has transitioned to exclusively offering crossovers and SUVs in the United States, traditional sedans still have a place in their lineup in China. 

The Avenir version of the LaCrosse features an impressive 30-inch curved display with a 6K resolution as part of the Buick Virtual Cockpit System. The center console also features a built-in charging pad and a large storage area. The cabin includes high-end elements such as laser-brushed trim and French double stitching, and the Avenir model also offers seats with heating, ventilation, and massage function, as well as accent lighting with 121 LEDs.

While Buick has not yet revealed the LaCrosse's powertrain range, earlier information from China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology indicated that the sedan would be getting a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 237 horsepower.

Unfortunately for Buick fans in the United States, there is currently no indication that the new LaCrosse will be released in the US market.

Source: Buick

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Евгений Ушаков
Evgenii Ushakov
15 years driving