Bolero, 1990 -- This light blue mid-size car has a 3.3-liter V-6. It was considered a teaser for the 1992 Skylark. Its power was suggested by its aerodynamic shape, with a rear deck slightly higher than the hood. It has a steeply raked windshield, vertical-bar grille and smooth lines throughout. The car has a fiber optics light panel extended along the width of the rear, and other fiber optics are used in the instrument panel and doors.
Designers had families in mind when they provided a built-in cooler in the rear package shelf, dual cupholders front and rear and portable radio headsets located in the rear of the front seats. Rear passengers could listen to their own music while in the car, and take the radios with them when they left.
Description: Light blue sedan developed by GM's Advanced Design Studio No. 1. Features an aerodynamic shape, with a rear deck slightly higher than the hood, a steeply raked windshield and smooth, clean lines throughout. All components are flush with the body, from the glass to the license plates. The sleek appearance is enhanced with slim roof pillars and recessed door frames with chrome accent bead around the bumpers and taillamps. Chrome accents the bumpers and grille. Owned by Buick Motor Division, Flint, Mich.
Key Features: Fiberglass body, built-in cooler in the rear package shelf, dual cupholders front and rear, portable radio headsets located in the rear of the front seats, fiber optics are used throughout the car, particularly in the taillamps.
- Wheelbase: 106.90 in.
- Overall Length: 190.10 in.
- Height: 53.00 in.
- Width: 70.50 in.
- Type: 3300 Supercharged V-6
- HP @ rpm: 206 @ 5200
Source: Buick Motor Division
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