Car and Driver captured some exclusive images recently, discovering the next-generation of the Buick Verano, which will most likely hit dealerships as a 2016 model, sporting camouflage in Germany. The next Verano, Buick’s small sedan based on the same platform as the Chevy Cruze, will be the start of a whole new generation of Veranos, and as far as these photos show, the brand is on the right track.
It’s important to note that the Cruze actually sports a slightly different look depending on if you’re looking at the Asian or American version, and that might carry over to the new Verano. However, no matter what version of the Verano we’re looking at, there are a few things that remain relevant and exciting. Despite the camouflage, here at Gjovik Auto we can tell that the new Verano is big on aerodynamics and just as big on getting smaller.
The Verano looks to be trimming down in size which probably means it will also be adding new, more efficient engine options to the mix. Car and Driver even take some guesses—we could see a 1.4L base engine as well as 2.0L turbo-diesel option. No matter what, one thing’s for sure—we’re going to love the 2016 Buick Verano. And we think you will too.