2017 Buick Regal Wagon Redesign
The auto we know in the US as the Buick Regal is sold as a Vaux hall/Opel Insignia in Europe where its offered in four entry way car five entry way lift back and wagon body styles. Call it an instance of needing what we cant have yet we like the last two body styles a great deal. In light of a report from a Buick/GMC merchant meeting in Austin one of them could go to the US soon.
As indicated by a notice distinguished as 97 Green RS on the gatherings at GM Inside News GM demonstrated merchants the 2018 Buick Enclave Regal and Regal GS and in addition the 2018 GMC Terrain and afterward affirmed it would offer the Regal wagon here in the US. While that would not regularly be all that much to go on we know Buick has been toying with the possibility of a wagon for quite a while. A Regal badged wagon was seen route in 2011. All the more as of late we wrote about a trademark petitioning for Tourx and Grand Tourx which recommend a long rooftop (Tour) and all wheel drive (x).
In the event that the Regal wagon touches base close by the base vehicle and GS as a 2018 model wed expect a presentation inside the following 15 or so months. That would put it comfortable start of the 2017 car exhibition season which begins next September in Frankfurt Germany. Because of that it appears to be conceivable the new Regal would make a big appearance first as an Opel Insignia before showing up at a US show like Los Angeles or Detroit in spite of the fact that there is a ton of hypothesis going ahead there. We simply need to see Buick and wagon in the same sentence once more.
American wagon fans have been sitting tight for General Motors to import a Buick badged adaptation of the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer since the present Insigniabased Regal hit merchants. On the off chance that another patent documenting is any sign that day could come soon. On the other hand it wont not mean anything.
AutoGuide reports that Buick has documented two trademarks with the US Patent and Trademark Office for Engine land vehicles to be specific autos. You can see the trademarks for Tourx and Superb Tourx here and here. Visit bears a resemblance to wagon models while the x for all wheel drive makes us wonder if perhaps well be seeing a rebadged form of the high riding Opel Insignia Country Tourer (appeared previously).
This isnt the first run through Buick has stirred the trusts of US wagon fans however. Not long ago trademarks were petitioned for the Lofty Sport Touring a name that is near the Euro market wagons title. Truth be told that trademark had the same depiction as the Tourx/Regal Tourx filings.
As weve set up some time recently automakers document trademarks constantly. Its a long way from an insurance that anything will happen to such trademarked names. Still two wagonish filings with the USPTO from Buick in less than a year makes it appear as though there is at any rate somebody at the Trishield brand that is battling for a longrooftop Regal. Battle the great battle co