FIRST GLIMPSE: 2010 Buick LaCrosse Interior
General Motors had released this rendering in September 2007 of a future vehicle labeled 'GMX-353', which is the internal designation for the next-generation Buick LaCrosse. Based on the forthcoming Epsilon II mid/large FWD platform, the next LaCrosse is intended on taking the current midsize Buick to the next level in terms of luxury and refinement. If these conceptualizations are even partially telling of the production sedan, then that goal will be readily achieved.
2010 Buick LaCrosse Flashes Interior
The new Buick will be the first car in America to ride on GM's Epsilon II platform, so we're actually kinda excited for it to debut.
Spy Shots: 2010 Buick LaCrosse shows off its insides
Close inspection of the pics shows some similar dash characteristics between the two models, though the Malibu is all about the curves while the Buick is more strait-laced. The two models also appear to share gauge clusters and housing. Seats in the preproduction LaCrosse are two-toned much like that of the up-level Malibu, but the two appear to have a different basic shape.
2010 Buick LaCrosse interior [Spied & Illustrated]
The spy shots reveal a rather handsome interior that looks more Cadillac than Buick. The prototype's gauge cluster looks like it will have a pod setup and it looks like the LaCrosse will sport a steering wheel very similar to the one found in the Pontiac G8. It's not known if the production car will be named LaCrosse or Invicta, which is Latin for "invincible" — a name used by Buick decades ago.....According to our sources, the new Buick will be assembled at GM's Fairfax facility starting in February of 2009. The LaCrosse should hit dealer showrooms in mid-2009 as a 2010 model.
Spy Photos Of 2010 Buick LaCrosse/Invicta