General Motors CEO Dan Akerson has revealed his desire to offer Buick variants of the Opel Adam and Cascada.
Speaking at a recent investor conference, Akerson said the models "would help Buick in this market and in China in terms of demographics." While the possibility of a Buick Adam seems unlikely, the Cascada has a far better chance of getting the waterfall grille.
During a recent interview with Automotive News, GM North America President Mark Reuss said Buick is ready for "something special." He declined to elaborate, but hinted a coupe, convertible or flagship sedan were possible.
If the Buick Cascada is green-lighted, it would have to be modified for the U.S. market. GM Vice Chairman Steve Girsky has previously said this would add cost and complexity which would result in an "expensive" halo car.