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Buick Lucerne Concept

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Buick Lucerne Concept
Buick
Years 1988-1990
Production One-off concept car
Class Midsize Sedan
Body Style 2-Door Converitble
2-Door Coupe
Length 209.2 inches (5,314 mm)
Width 52.2 inches (1,326 mm)
Height 72.4 inches (1,839 mm)
Wheelbase 113.3 inches (2,878 mm)
Weight
Transmission
Engine 3.8 liter (3800cc) V-6
Power 165 hp (12.4 kW) at 5200 rpm
Similar Buick Riviera
Designers

The Buick Lucerne is a concept car that was unveiled at GM's "Teamwork and Technology" expo in New York in 1988. It was a front-wheel drive, four-seat coupe that was powered by a 165-horsepower 3.8 liter V-6 engine.

The Lucerne was initially shown as a two-door coupe, but was later turned into a convertible and toured the auto show circuit in 1990. The Lucerne did not reach production, but the 1995 Buick Riviera mimicked the smooth lines of the Lucerne coupe.

Unique Attributes

  • Hands-free cellular phone
  • Silent non-key starting system
  • Memory settings for seats, mirrors, and steering wheel

Colors

Blue-silver


Photos

Colors

Blue-silver

Main Competitors

See also

Buick Riviera


External Links

Conceptcarz Buick Lucerne Concept page


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