Buick has released a new teaser video for the 2017 LaCrosse.
Set to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show tomorrow afternoon, the latest clip shows the redesigned sedan undergoing testing. There isn't much to see but we can get a few glimpses of the alloy wheels, sweptback headlights, and chrome accents in the air intakes. The sedan also has door-mounted mirrors, bright window trim, and front fender vents that don't appear to be functional.
Buick is still keeping details under wraps but previous teaser videos have shown the car will have a sculpted hood, curvaceous body work, and new grille that mimics the one on the Avenir concept.
The interior will also be more upscale than its predecessor as we can expect higher quality materials and an improved design with an upward sweeping center console. Details are light at the moment but the car will have a four-spoke steering wheel, chrome door handles, and a new shifter.
Specifications will be announced shortly but Buick has already confirmed the car will ride on an all-new platform that is stronger and lighter than the one used on its predecessor. The model will also have a new five-link rear suspension, a more dynamic driving experience and an optional all-wheel drive system.