According to the General Motors Fleet Order Guide, which GM Authority first discovered several months ago, the 2019 Regal will see the Avenir badge affixed to the Sportback model, but not the Regal TourX wagon. The Regal will join the Enclave and LaCrosse when it debuts.
The Regal Avenir will sit below the sporty GS and above the current range-topping Essence trim with typical “concept-car inspired” design cues. Notably, the GM literature says mid-size sedan will feature 19-inch Pearl Nickel finished wheels, self-leveling headlights, and perforated leather bucket seats.
As for more content, Regal Avenir will sport the Driver Confidence Package I as standard. The option group includes the previously mentioned self-leveling headlights, wireless charging and a suite of active safety features. Driver Confidence Package II will be optional.
Also expect a 3D-mesh upper and lower grille akin to the Avista concept car and “Avenir” stitching throughout the interior.
Noting the Avenir will sit between the Essence and GS, look for pricing to fall under the $40,000 mark to start. We should see the Regal Avenir debut in the very near future.