On Monday, GM released a sneak preview of the redesigned Buick LaCrosse. The photo, which is of a relatively unexciting grill, is apparently intended to generate enthusiasm for the 2010 Buck LaCrosse’s official unveiling at the LA Auto Show in November. Besides a “fresh” new grill, one of the 2010 LaCrosse’s most anticipated features, repeated by all the major auto authorities, is its future distinction as the first car to sit on GM’s FWD Epsilon II global platform. Oh, we can hardly contain ourselves.
Rumored to be drawing heavily from the Buick Invicta concept car that debuted earlier this year at the Beijing Auto Show, the 2010 LaCrosse is supposed to be the vehicle that catapults Buick into the 21st century. No word on pricing, but a hopeful GM is banking on selling about 65,000 to 75,000 units annually, most likely indicating an attainable mid-20k to 30k price range.