America's oldest active car brand, Buick is part of the General Motors portfolio. Positioned just under the auto industry's premium nameplates, Buick offerings are actually much more popular in China than in the US. The latter is widely considered to be the primary reason why the brand survived parent GM's 2009 Chapter 11 restructuring.
Below, you'll find Roadshow's guide to everything that has to do with electrified motoring.
Don't expect any groundbreaking changes, but Buick's Enclave gets a nice sprucing-up for 2022.
Thanks to more standard driver-assistance features, the updated Enclave is perfect for cross-country drives.
Buick's top-trim Enclave Avenir crossover provides a cushy ride along with a lot of room for passengers and more.
These advanced lithium batteries promise greater range, lighter weight, lower cost and other benefits for future electric vehicles.
Buick's updated Envision is a much more attractive proposition.
The first Envision never really felt like it knew what it wanted to be, but the new generation changes that.
This redesigned utility vehicle is a real looker, with dramatic proportions, a killer interior and plenty of technology.