Sceptre, 1992 -- With a hint of European style, this rear-drive car was described by Buick General Manager Edward H. Mertz as "a design statement that could attract those purchasers who have been drawn to the international brands."
The white mid-size sedan conceptually includes a 3.5-liter supercharged V-6 with an exceptionally clean underhood appearance, five-speed automatic transmission and air bags front and rear.
Description: Five-passenger white sedan developed by GM Design. Sceptre features a striking pearlescent white exterior paint scheme with light beigeaccents, an expressive grille and sculptured leather interior with warm earth tones with rich gray and brown accents. Aluminum alloy wheels have a flush design with fin intakes. Owned by Buick Motor Division, Flint, Mich.
Key Features: Fiberglass body, advanced 3.5-liter supercharged V-6 engine, computer controlled automatic active four-wheel independent suspension, separate air bags for driver and front passenger and air bags located in the back of the front seats provide protection for rear-seat passengers, hands-free cellular telephone with a key pad mounted on the center console, instrument gauge cluster that tilts and telescopes with the steering wheel within the instrument panel, high intensity projection headlamps and high intensity strobe/hazard perimeter lights, underhood serviceability with all fluids easily accessed and key components easy to reach by quickly removing panels.
- Wheelbase: 111.80 in.
- Overall Length: 193.30 in.
- Height: 54.70 in.
- Width: 71.80 in.
- Type: 3.5L Supercharged V-6
- HP: 250
Source: Buick Motor Division
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