As always, this year’s North American International Auto Show will be a busy one for General Motors. The General’s hometown auto show consistently kicks off the automaker’s new year with a series of product announcements and unveilings. This year will be no different, with Buick poised to drop a new model in Detroit.
According to Automotive News, Buick’s North American version of the Opel Cascada convertible will make its debut in Detroit. We heard the Cascada would make the trans Atlantic swim in August of last year, but it wasn’t exactly clear when GM would debut the car until now.
Very little is known about the Buick Cascada and its engine options. In Germany and other European markets, the car is offered with a range of engines, however the 197 horsepower 1.6-liter gasoline option seems to be the most likely candidate for the North American car. The car also starts at 26,320 euros ($31,268 USD) in Germany, which may also represent its North American price point.
Additional information on the Cascada will come to light following Buick’s press conference at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next week.