The Invicta is the latest evolution of previous Buick concepts including the 2004 Velite convertible and 2007 Riviera coupe, and was designed collaboratively by GM centers in Warren, Michigan, and Shanghai, China.
Buick Invicta Exteriors
As with Riviera, Invicta features short overhangs with wheels pushed out to the corners for a well-planted stance. The overall appearance is sleek, thanks in part to a sweeping, low roofline and a front windshield that has an aggressive rake.
Up front, the Buick tri-shield is prominently displayed inside the Velite-inspired chrome vertical waterfall grille. Polished aluminum surrounding the headlamps, portholes, around the D-pillar and along the lower side of the vehicle on the lower doors accentuates the overall exterior design.
Buick Invicta Interiors
The wrap-around design of the interior and fluid design provide a spacious cabin for all passengers, especially those seated in the back of the vehicle. At nearly 100 cubic feet of interior space, Invicta delivers large-car comfort in a mid-size sedan. The sense of roominess is further accentuated by a full glass roof,
Buick Invicta Specificatiopns(specs)
- Vehicle type: four-door, five-passenger luxury show car sedan
- Wheelbase (in / mm): 114.5 / 2908
- Length (in / mm): 194.2 / 4932
- Width (in / mm): 73.8 / 1874
- Height (in / mm): 57.7 / 1466
- Track (in / mm): 64.4 / 1635 front; 64.5 / 1637 rear
- Engine: 2.0L DOHC, direct injection turbo
- Horsepower (kW): 250 / 186
- Torque (Nm): 220 / 298
- Transmission: six-speed automatic
- Suspension: MacPherson strut, front; independent, rear
- Brakes: four-wheel anti-lock disc
- Wheels: polished aluminum, 20 in. x 8.5 in. with milled Buick emblem
- Tires: P245/40R20