Buick is working hard to shed its image of the "old guy car." No longer a brand that whisks grandparents to bingo and doctors' appointments, it now offers luxurious, high-end and even sporty sedans and crossovers aimed at the pre-Medicare generation.
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In a complete surprise move to most of the automotive industry-following public, General Motors introduced a Buick Riviera concept coupe for the Shanghai Motor Show that follows up on the 2007 concept of the same name.