WHEN WILL THE 2019 BUICK REGAL AVENIR BE RELEASED?
Buick is a mainstay in terms of luxury driving in the minds of people across the globe, and even with that reputation, the automaker is always looking to expand its horizons. That is the case with the Avenir versions of Buick vehicles, which began with the Enclave Avenir in the fall of 2017. For the new model year, another Buick model is getting the Avenir treatment: The Regal. When will the 2019 Buick Regal Avenir be released? As of this publication, the plan is to release it in the fall of 2018. Read ahead for more details about this premium luxury automobile.
Premium amenities and technology
“Innovation comes standard with Avenir. It is a place for us to showcase our latest ideas to promote occupant well-being before we roll them out to vehicles in our portfolio.” – Chris Hay, Product and Pricing Director, Buick and GMC.
Indeed, the 2019 Buick Regal Avenir model will be equipped with Buick’s first cloud-connected infotainment system. This system, which requires Connected Access, will allow users to interact with the features on the vehicle, such as available navigation, voice recognition, and other applications, in more enhanced ways. Drivers will be able to personalize their preferences, making each Regal Avenir feel more like a second home.
The interior will also be dressed in an interior theme called Whisper Beige and have Ebony accents, diamond quilt-stitched front seats, embroidered first-row headrest, and classy Avenir-scripted sill plates. In addition to the Whisper Beige theme, an Ebony theme will also be available.
Safety is also key to the luxury experience, so certain safety and assistance technologies will come standard in the Regal Avenir model. These features include Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, auto-leveling LED headlamps, and auto-dimming mirrors for the driver side. The vehicle will come equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine capable of producing 250 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, because luxury also means never worrying about your vehicle having enough oomph when you press the accelerator.