MILFORD, Mich.—When Buick’s invite to witness the unveiling of its new 2018 Regal GS hit our inbox, we didn’t have to think long before replying in the affirmative.
For one thing, despite a punishing travel schedule of late, the reveal would take place at General Motors’ Milford Proving Ground.
Any chance one gets to visit one of these asphalt and concrete automotive playgrounds is an opportunity to be seized; the grounds are normally off-limits to members of the press, as they’re home to numerous prototypes being tested away from public glare.
For another, Buick is a rather enigmatic automaker. Not as brash or flashy as Cadillac but more refined than the blue-collared Chevrolet, it’s ploughing the same ground as Mazda—a small brand with upwardly mobile aspirations.
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