The 2017 Buick Riviera is a personal luxury car driven by Buick from 1963 to 1999 GM’s first foray into the prestige niche, the Riviera has been praised by automotive journalists on its high-profile debut. Unlike his contemporary GM E platform siblings, the Oldsmobile Toronado and Cadillac Eldorado, the Buick Riviera first front-wheel drive starts given in 1979.
The name Riviera for concept cars shown at the auto shows in the hope in 2007 and 2013 created the brand, but no plans to do so are currently in place. The new 2017 Riviera model will certainly lend features of the 2013 version but will offer improvements in every aspect in order to make it suitable for the current market competition.
The traditional long bonnet and coupe-style roof design will be transferred, while the overall shape of the vehicle similar to what Aston Martin submitted in its Grand Tourer models remains in Europe. The key Buick functions will be maintained and we have a strong resemblance to the fascia see the car.
2017 Buick Riviera Design
2017 Buick Riviera will be four seats and offers passengers great comfort in every aspect. The seats will redesign in order to borrow more seating posture and more space to sit comfortably, seats will additionally cover with leather as the dashboard has been upgraded to be the manager more useful. The steering wheel and roof lining will also be adjusted to a more luxurious and the heating and cooling function for all seats reflected will give a totally different level of value to the model. It’s not sure what kind of gadgets could find inside, but rumors state that the Buick 2017 Riviera model will use premium quality materials to provide its details.
2017 Buick Riviera Engine
The 2017 Buick Riviera sports car is expected to arrive with the V-6 3.6 L naturally aspirated engine with a total HP of 320 and can generate an equally impressive torque of 286 lb-ft. Buick Riviera 2017 middle will be equipped with the base engine, and the higher version of this engine will come with a 3 L twin-turbocharged V6 variant that has the capability of producing as much as 400 kW and maximum torque of 450 lb-ft. Both these engines are likely with a 10-speed automatic transmission and are available in four-wheel drive systems.
2017 Buick Riviera Price
The base mode from the 2017 Buick Riviera will cost about $ 50,000 while the higher trim levels will cost as much as $10,000 or more. Buick has yet not announced the exact release date, but it should not exceed the coming mid-2016 at the market.