Once again, TheCarConnection.com's spies have stumbled upon the 2010 Buick LaCrosse -- but this time they managed to get some interior views, as well as (for the first time) a look the production exhaust tips.
Looking closely, it appears the new LaCrosse will have some Enclave-like styling cues – especially on the rear doors and fenders.
Codenamed GMX353, this second-generation LaCrosse will be riding on the new global front-wheel-drive Epsilon II platform. It will be the first car sold in the United States to use this architecture. GM's new 3.6-liter V-6 is expected to be the powerplant.
Production is expected to start at the Fairfax, Kansas, facility in February of 2009, with cars reaching dealerships shortly afterwards as a 2010 model. Annual production numbers in the 65,000-75,000 range are expected.--Brian Williams for Brenda Priddy & Company