A rendering from Buick, depicting their exhibit at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, contains something curious perched atop a large, swooping arch: a convertible. Since the brand currently has no convertible offerings, we have to presume that this is an easter egg, carefully placed to fuel hype about the Opel Cascada-based Buick convertible, and to confirm its anticipated debut at the Detroit venue.
The Detroit News reached out to Buick, who declined to comment on what exactly we’re all seeing. But they do recall a statement from 2013, wherein then-CEO of General Motors Dan Akerson said that it would be nice to see an Opel Cascada in Buick’s lineup. More recently, we reported back in March on an Opel Cascada spotted state-side, undergoing testing in the mountains of Colorado.
Buick’s exhibit at the Auto Show this year will reportedly be right in the middle of the show-floor, next to Cadillac, Infiniti, and Acura. So, we’re hoping to see a suave new Buick convertible front-and-center at the Detroit Auto Show next week, looking quite like the mystery car in the photo below.