2018 Buick Regal Sedan and Wagon Spy photos revealed

by SpeedLux
2018 Buick Regal Sedan and Wagon Spy

Across Europe, the mid-size Opel Insignia is General Motor’s largest mainstream car offering and is offered in sedan, hatchback, and wagon body designs; it contends against cars such as the Ford Mondeo (aka Ford Fusion).

Americans get the Insignia sedan as the Buick Regal, so these pictures of the totally undisguised next-generation Insignia provide as excellent as look as any at the next-generation Regal, most likely getting here on American coasts sometime next year as a 2018 Buick Regal Sedan model.

The brand-new Regal wants to have crisp, clean lines and an athletic stance, however the most amazing news from our perspective is that Buick will offer a Regal wagon in USA. Knowing that there have been trademark filings for the name “Regal TourX,” the U.S. version of the wagon may be a sort-of raised, crossover-inspired variant like the Subaru Outback or the Volvo Cross Country, with basic all-wheel drive and a little bit of extra body cladding. The sedan will come standard with front-wheel drive, with four-wheel drive available as a choice as it is on the present Regal. A little OPC badge visible on the pictured sedan’s front fender recommends that this is a high-performance version with a bit more power and some chassis upgrades, which might possibly make it to American shores as the Regal GS.

A version of GM’s Epsilon structure, likely the E2XX platform that’s discovered under the brand-new Chevrolet Malibu. As such, interior room must increase compared with the present Regal, which utilizes an older version of the front-drive-based Epsilon II platform.

Buick Regal Sedan and Wagon Spy

With the Opel Insignia in these pictures looking almost production-ready, it might make its launching as quickly as the Geneva vehicle show in spring 2017. That implies the Regal will not be far behind, so look for a mid-2017 launching with the vehicle going on sale by the end of next year. Its base price will likely be around $30,000 or perhaps exceed it, Knowing that the present Regal’s reasonably simple base trim starts at $27,990 and the 2.0-liter turbocharged begins at $29,540.

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