Buick LaCrosse 2017 is inspired by Avenir design cues from the 1954 Wildcat II concept. It’s a face all Buick models will adopt by 2018 said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Buick. Lacrosse has evolved and features an all new grille design which includes a three-color tri-shield insignia set on a wing shaped element, this tri-shield logo is rooted in company founder David Dunbar Buick’s Scottish family crest. The contrasting darkened waterfall grille bars and spans the width of the opening, connecting the grille and headlamp showing off the new sculptural surfacing.
The LaCrosse’s next generation designs will be framed on an all-new chassis that will be lighter yet stronger than the current models. Buick’s signature quietness is enhanced with new technology such as five-link rear suspension. This premium feature found in Buick LaCrosse is not found on many other full-size luxury models including Lexus ES.
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