2010 Buick Lacrosse Spied Shopping At Old Navy

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The 2010 Buick LaCrosse is on its way and these latest spy shots of a mostly uncovered Lacrosse show it could be just the car Buick needs.

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We first showed you our rendered speculation, thanks to KORSdesign, back in October and judging by the looks of it, we were spot on. The new Buick LaCrosse shown in these spy shots has lost most of the camo it wore in previous images, giving us a pretty clear view of the sumptuous body side surfaces and shoulder design. The shoulder design is a throwback to Buicks of yesteryear, but the younger crowd will compare it to Bentley’s Continental GT and it seems GM’s engineers have played the connection up with a front mask that resembles the Bentley’s headlights and grille.

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Illustration for article titled 2010 Buick Lacrosse Spied Shopping At Old Navy

While mostly covered, the headlamps and tail lights will heavily resemble those used on the 2008 Buick Invicta Concept and can be seen in our illustrated rendition.

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The 2010 Buick LaCrosse is the first car developed in the U.S. for GM’s new global front-wheel drive Epsilon II platform and will begin production in February 2009. Expect to see the LaCrosse at country clubs near you by mid-2009, but if you can’t wait, we’ll bring you live images from the Detroit Auto Show floor next month.
(Hat Tip to Scott!)

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DISCUSSION

DoctorNine

Oh well. If you aren't born with a set, saying 'grow a pair' isn't going to have much of an effect. As long as they are still trying to make Buick the 'efficiency and luxury' choice, they are doing what they need to do. We aren't going to see a CTS competitor here. That would be inappropriate. Let's wait and see about this model.