November 23, 2006
GM to show new Buick, GMC and Saturn vehicles in Los Angeles
Buick Enclave concept. Click image to enlarge
Los Angeles, California – General Motors has confirmed that it will debut all-new entries by Buick, GMC and Saturn at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The show opens to the media on November 29.
The company will also show two of the four hybrid models it will launch in calendar year 2007, a resurrection of Cadillac’s Platinum Series, special-edition Saab models for the brand’s 60th anniversary, and two hydrogen fuel cell models, the Sequel and Equinox Fuel Cell.
“We always look forward to the L.A. Auto Show because Los Angeles is such an important market for trend-setting cars and trucks,” says Rick Wagoner, GM Chairman and CEO, who will kick off media days as the keynote speaker. “Besides launching a number of exciting new production cars, trucks and crossovers, we’ll also demonstrate our commitment to addressing fuel economy and environmental concerns with several very important advanced technology vehicles.”
GM will show the 2008 Buick Enclave, 2008 GMC Yukon Hybrid, 2008 Saturn Vue, Saturn Aura Green Line Hybrid, Saab 9-3 and 9-5 60th Anniversary Editions, Hummer HO2 Design Concept, Cadillac Platinum Series, and Cadillac DTS-L.