Not to be left out tune and show game at SEMA, Buick has put together a trio of Enclave customizations which seek to reinforce a premium position of the Buick brand.
Not to be left out tune and show game at SEMA, Buick has put together a trio of Enclave customizations which seek to reinforce a premium position of the Buick brand. The first Enclave created by Mitek Corporation of Phoenix, Arizona called, Black Platinum Edition, starts with a tri-tone Black Diamond finish which renders hues of purple, blue and black depending of the viewing angle. Other exterior features include shaved door handles, tinted windows and custom 20-inch TIS chrome wheels combined with 2-inch lowered suspension. ON the inside is a 4900 watt custom stereo system delivered through 13 MTX speakers, of which 3 are 12-inch subwoofers housed within custom-made and custom-painted fiberglass enclosures.
Created by Rick Bottom Designs, of Mendota, Ill., the third customization known as the Enclave UpTown starts with a White Chocolate Pearl and Cocoa Metallic two-tone finish. However, like the Black Platinum Edition, the center piece is its stereo system which includes a 2000 watt ECLIPSE audio, video and navigation system that pumps through 12 speakers, including two 12-inch subwoofers. In what Buick calls “QuietTuning” the Enclave Uptown also features additional Hushmat sound damping material around the complete ECLIPSE’s AVN6610 all-in-one navigation system in addition to 2,000 watts, 12 speakers, XM Satellite Radio, CD Player, iPod(R) connectivity and Bluetooth technology.
The third Buick customization, Enclave Urban CEO Edition, puts former NBA veteran, Jerome Williams, and his own styling company, Automotive Street Style, at the helm of this project. Targeted to urban business leaders, the Enclave gets a white Opal paint, re-profiled rear bumper and 24-inch Giovanna Canelli chrome wheels. However, the main features can be found in the vehicle's communications system, which includes WI-FI Internet access through a satellite dish embedded in the vehicle's roof. Through 4 channel headphones or through the stereo speaker system, four 10-inch widescreen monitors for rear passengers as well as a 7-inch monitor for the front passenger connects the occupants to his or hers entertainment medium of choice whether it's DVD, Blu-ray disc, programs downloaded from the Internet, or just surfing the Internet.
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