So you think turbocharged engines are synonymous with imports? Think again. Here are a dozen American-made forced-air specials that waved the stars and stripes with pride.
Wouldn't it be awesome if these showed up again?
For $40,000, this could be a great budget sports sedan.
With local manufacturing going away, Holden's new race car adopts the face from GM's global selection.
Because sometimes you want to fly under the radar.
With a 3.6-liter V6 and Buick's clever torque-vectoring all-wheel drive, this could be a genuinely fun sports sedan.
With consecutive VINs, these cars have only driven a collective 1399 miles.
The European-market Opel Sports Tourer will be the basis for a new Buick wagon, and gosh it looks good.
The official car of "I cut out a newspaper article I want you to read."
This is the new Opel/Vauxhall Insignia / Holden Commodore Grand Sport, but it's also the next Buick Regal.
It's far from factory-stock, but it combines two of GM's best 1980s cars with 500 horsepower.
Way back in 1987, we knew the GNX would become seriously collectable. Did we dream one could sell for $165,000, though? Maybe.
Despite the buzz the Camaro-based coupe created, Buick has no plans to build it.
Just because an automaker builds a great car, it doesn't automatically mean people will buy it. And that's unfortunate.
An incredibly elegant surprise from Buick, packing a Camaro chassis and 400 horsepower.
Well, this is a very intriguing rumor.
Does this mean the 2017 Buick LaCrosse will come with a drift mode?
They might not look like much, but there's more than meets the eye here.
Cars most likely populating a junkyard near you.
Not every performance car has to be built on a dedicated platform. Sometimes awesome cars start out as something much less exciting.
According to the national average.