2017 Buick Avista: The Fast And Futuristic Car

Mar 02, 2017 05:50 AM EST | Anthony Aventador

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The 2017 Buick Avista dropped like a bomb at last year's Detroit Auto Show. The new model shared some features of a Mustang and Mercedes, but it has its own signatures as well. The model had a very refreshing look and would attract the attention of many car enthusiasts.

Strong characteristics of the car come from its engine and exterior. This is a "2+2" style concept. The front grill is quite wide, LED taillights and headlights have the same edgy design. It has wide and long doors, and touchpad door handles accomplish an extra touch. It also comes with 20-inch aluminum wheels.

On the inside, it would be fancy but yet simple. Interior is technologically advanced that includes advanced noise cancellation, aromatherapy and air purify with iTouch screen, and . This new model does not have many buttons on the dashboard to add the functionality of the touch control panel.

Leather seats and aluminum parts are also present on the new model. It's equipped with a new Electronic Precision Shift Technology as well. The interior of the car is near-perfect and gives that futuristic and curious feel.

Under the hood, the is a new GM/Cadillac's 3.0L V6 twin-turbocharged engine that produces 400 hp with an 8-speed automatic gearbox, rear-wheel drive, and twin exhaust outlets. Each ride will be smooth and comfortable, thanks to the Magnetic Ride Control.

Furthermore, the new model is long, with 110.7-inch wheelbase and 63-inch at the front and 62.9-inch at the back tracks for sporty proportions and an aggressive stance. Meanwhile, top speed is estimated at 155 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.0 seconds.

The new 2017 Buick Avista previously appeared at this year's Detroit International Auto Show. So far, there is still no information on when this model will be mass produced.

 

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