Buick's Avista concept was revealed the night before press days began at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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The Buick Avista concept on display at the 2016 Detroit auto show.

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A front view of the 400-horsepower Buick Avista concept.

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Buick's wing-shaped lighting details on the Avista concept.

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Rear roofline seems to take inspiration from Aston Martin and Jaguar on the Buick Avista concept.

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Flowing body lines can be seen throughout the Buick Avista concept's sheetmetal.

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A profile view of the Buick Avista concept that made its debut the night before press days at the Detroit auto show began.

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The Buick Avista concept rides on 20-inch wheels.

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The Buick Avista concept features a fresh take on the company's fender ports.

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The curvy rear end of the Buick Avista concept.

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Integrated exhaust outlets on the Buick Avista concept.

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The wing-shaped tail lights design on the Buick Avista concept.

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The Buick Avista concept does without a traditional B-pillar.

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The tech-filled cabin of the Buick Avista concept.

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The interior of the Buick Avista features touchscreen controls for the IntelliLink infotainment system.

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Additional touchscreen controls in the Buick Avista concept.

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The center console of the Buick Avista concept houses yet another touchscreen.

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The Buick Avista concept's multi-function steering wheel.

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Buick's grand tourer Avista concept features 2 + 2 seating.

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The rear seating area of the Buick Avista concept.

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The front seating area of the 2 + 2 Buick Avista concept that debuted at the 2016 Detroit auto show.

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The 20-inch wheels on the Buick Avista concept are wrapped with Pirelli P Zero performance tires.

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The exhaust outlets on the Buick Avista concept are molded into the rear bumper.

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Wing-shaped headline accents on the Buick Avista concept.

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Winged tri-shield insignia on the grille of the Buick Avista concept.

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Ed Welburn, GM's vice president of global design, with the Buick Avista concept.

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Buick calls the Avista a "contemporary grand tourer."

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From the rear three-quarters view, the Avista's styling is reminiscent of Aston Martins and Jaguars.

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The Buick Avista concept sits on 20-inch wheels.

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Buick's new winged tri-shield insignia is featured on the grille.

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The absence of typical B-pillars help enhance the concept's flowing profile.

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The rounded rear end of the Buick Avista concept.

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Buick's signature wing-shaped lighting appears to have halos here.

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The front grille features a three-dimensional mesh background.

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A closer look at the winged tri-shield insignia on the grille.

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Another view of the grille.

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Taillights on the Buick Avista concept.

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The flowing, uninterrupted lines of the exterior continue in the cabin.

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The Avista concept features a future vision of Buick's IntelliLink infotainment system.

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To help quieten the cabin, Buick installed an active noise-cancelling system in the Avista concept.

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Other cabin features include ionic air purifiers and an aromatherapy system.

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The future version of Buick's IntelliLink system features touchscreen controls on the instrument panel display.

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The cabin of the Buick Avista concept features exposed carbon fiber and aluminum accents.

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