2016 North American Concept Car of the Year
Buick is on the verge of something really great. Early impressions of the 2017 class have been very positive. Many people at Don Wheaton are eagerly awaiting the arrival of new Buick Regal. Even with all of these great developments either announced or on the way to dealers, the Buick Avista concept coupe still remains a bit of a mystery. The Buick Avista recently took home the 2016 Concept Car of the Year Award as well as the Most Significant Concept Vehicle Awards at the 2016 North American Concept Vehicle Awards in Plymouth, Michigan. This could be the kick in the pants Buick needs to release something radical its customers would love.
“The design process of the Avista brought the team together to unite around a future direction for the brand and the great teamwork and enthusiasm it generated,” Bryan Nesbitt, executive director, Buick Global Design said. “While looking to the future, we also wanted to honor the rich heritage of Buick by integrating timeless design cues in this beautifully progressive concept vehicle.”
2016 North American Concept Vehicle Awards
The 2016 North American Concept Vehicle Awards are a celebration of the vehicles that, ‘make the strongest impact in terms of automotive design, engineering and market responsiveness.’ Buick went on to say that the Avista is an indication of Buick’s future design philosophy as well as a nod to its storied heritage.
Buick designers have set the Avista concept apart from the rest of the production lineup by offering a sleek exterior which balances beauty and precision driving. Adding that feeling of next generation precision are titanium and carbon-fiber accent pieces. The interior of the Buick Avista concept coupe has a very flowing aesthetic quality which is accented by leather and aluminum trim. Additionally, the interior of the Avista concept uses multiple touchscreens to access the latest in Buick technology.
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