A MotorWeek Retro Review finds a lot of positive things to say about the 1990 Buick Reatta convertible. After its demise, Buick didn't bring the US another droptop until the Cascada.
From the Chevy booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Patrick McIntyre interviews Alan Batey, EVP & President of General Motors NA. Topics include the Chevy Cruze hatchback and the Chinese-made Buick Envision.
With Jay Leno's Garage coming to CNBC, the denim-clad comedian and Tim Allen reminisce about doing burnout battles on The Tonight Show in the '90s. Then, they decide to try it again in some modern muscle cars.
The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance celebrates beautiful, old cars. But the event features lots of newer metal, too, like the concept lawn at Pebble Beach.
We take a look at the Pebble Beach concept lawn, where newer debuts mix it up with some of our favorite creations of the past auto show season.
Buick is doing its best to guarantee the new Cascada convertible is completely free of leaks in its fabric roof.
Jay Leno can't quit smiling while driving Icon's latest Derelict, based on a 1948 Buick Super Convertible. It might look beat on the outside, but underneath there's a custom chassis and and Corvette ZR1 engine.
Improvements to the 2015 Buick Encore are reaping big rewards for the popular compact crossover. Where a previous one scored a Poor result in the small overlap crash test from the IIHS, the latest model improved that to Good. Both the Encore and Chevrolet Trax now have Top Safety Pick ratings.
MotorWeek's vast archive of reviews has unloaded a triple feature, starring three icons of 1980s muscle from General Motors.
Buick stunned the crowds at the Detroit Auto Show with its gorgeous Avenir Concept, a sleek four-door that previews the brand's future design direction.
The doors at Cobo Hall haven't even opened yet, and already the Detroit Auto Show is yielding surprises – in this case, the Buick Avenir sedan concept, revealed at an off-site event this evening.
Generation Gap generally tries to adhere to a theme for each episode, and for the final video from the Lingenfelter collection, the series might have its best idea yet – limited-production muscle cars from General Motors.
At this point, Bob Seger feels like the living embodiment of old-school rock 'n' roll. The Michigan native has been strumming out classic records like Night Moves for decades, and he just released a new single called Detroit Made. It sounds like a future staple of just about every classic car show within the next few years, and the video is dedicated to the Motor City, past and future.