2011 Buick Regal GS Concept

With an estimated 255 horsepower turbo (190 kW), a six-speed manual transmission and an advanced unit, adaptable to all four wheels, the Buick Regal GS is a concept of high-tech, high-performance version of the sedan brand new sport. Which was presented at the 2010 North American International Auto.
Mechanics was developed with the aim of producing a sporty driving experience, confidence-inspiring and sophisticated. It is a performance-oriented transmission, the lower body and a lower center of gravity. Exterior and interior cues include two additional vertical front air intakes and a large, 20-inch forged aluminum wheels and performance tires, racing-inspired steering wheel and pedals alloy. Recaro front seats with high-performance four-way lumbar support pillow and plug-ins.
"We designed the Buick Regal GS to explore the lure of a high-performance variant of the Regal," said Craig Bierley, product marketing manager for Buick. "As the Regal, the Regal GS is based on the award-winning Opel Insignia, and we believe will reinvigorate Buick Gran Sport legendary heritage."

Buick Regal GS exterior stands out from the vents in front of the vertical chain, as well as a unique rocker panels, an integrated rear spoiler, dual exhaust, Olympic white paint and satin-metal accents.