A few days ago, we had the opportunity to see the new Buick Riviera concept for the first time at the Auto Show in Shanghai. The model combines avant-garde aesthetics and advanced technology, including plug-in hybrid electric vehicle propulsion. This is actually the fourth global concept vehicle jointly developed by Shanghai GM and Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center. The new model is inspired from the Chinese saying the greatest good is like water. The unique gull-wing doors exude a dynamic yet elegant ambiance. Up front, the grille of the concept and the wing-shaped daytime running lights will become important elements of the DNA of the future Buick.
The new Buick Riviera has a long drag coefficient and a harmonious balance between style and performance all thanks to windshield. These elements actually have a very strong visual effect. The best combination of interior design and elegance are the well-structured center console, front floating seats and adaptive seating system. The engineers have offered BIP technology, Buick Intelligent Performance. The driver can drive the car on green power in electric mode and enjoy the great handling and performance of a sports car. The model is also equipped with intelligent four-wheel steering, an electromagnetic-controlled suspension and an air spring package for great handling and comfort, no matters the conditions.
The intelligent driver assist system provides occupants a high level of active level of active safety and security. This included a variety of driver assist functions, including full-speed range-adaptive cruise control system, lane change assist system, parking assist system and a lot more. The new model will be displayed at Auto Shanghai this year. this is all for the moment folks. Source: autoblog
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