AutoComplete: Buick revives the great American wagon ... and hatch
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
There's a new Buick Regal, but the sedan you know is dead.
The 2018 Regal will be offered as either a sport back 5 door hatch, or tourX lifted station wagon.
Both come with a 250 horse power inline four, with all wheel drive optional on sport back and mandatory on tour X.
Standard equipment includes a seven inch touchscreen infotainment system, with Apple car play, Android auto And a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot.
The new Regals go on sale this fall.
Mercedes AMG's hallowed 63 badge is landing on the GLC-Class.
The GLC 63 should be a stormer with its 4 liter V8 offering 469 horsepower and 479 pound feet of torque.
There's also the GLC63S which pumps output to 503 horses and 516 torques.
Not only will the GLC63 be available as a traditional compact crossover next year It will also be offered as superback GLC63 Coop which should run circles around BMW's x4m40i.
The 2018 Audi TT RS makes its US debut at next week's New York Auto Show and we got pricing.
The TT RS will be available on a single trim when it goes on sale this Spring at a cost of $64,900 That might seem high, but with 400 horsepower, a bevy of in-house tech, and acceleration figures that rival Chevy's Corvette Grand Sport and Aston Martin's Vanquish, there should be plenty of bang for your buck.
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