It is said that the main reason GM kept Buick around after the bailout is because the Chinese have a crack-like addiction to buying them. Most of them are rebadged Opels/Vauxhalls from Europe these days, but we don't get the coolest ones.
That's the Buick Regal to us, except this one dumps that car's perfectly respectable turbo four for a twin turbo 2.8-liter V6 pumping out 321 horsepower. And it comes in wagon form with a manual transmission. Need I say more?
Host Alex Goy calls it "pleasingly mental," but it's still mostly refined enough to work as a daily driver. At the same time he's not sure it has the same appeal to buyers as a comparable Audi, even though it's quite a bit cheaper.
How about sending it to America, where it belongs? I bet we could find someone who would appreciate it.
Hat tip to BITURBO228 - GARAGISTI in Oppo!