Autoguide previously reported that the Buick Regal GS was a sure bet to return to Buick showrooms, and now Autoblog has confirmed that the Regal GS will be back, posting the contents of an email from GM employee Dayna Hart that states "At wave 1 of our drive program for Regal we just confirmed that the Regal GS will be added to the Buick portfolio. We are not providing any additional details at this point."
Expect the Regal GS to make more than the show car's 255 horsepower now that the Hyundai Sonata Turbo is putting out 276 horsepower. Those nice Recaro seats also on the show car? They might not make the cut. Even though the Regal GS is Buick's "hot rod", the average age of a Buick buyer is 65, and even if the Regal GS buyer is 15-20 years younger on average, they're still likely to be at the point in their lives where getting in and out of high-bolstered bucket seats is an annoyance rather than a novelty.
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