Buick, fresh off record U.S. sales of the Enclave in 2014, is looking to expand on those results with a new edition of its flagship crossover.
Dubbed the Tuscan, after the famed fertile region in central Italy, Buick said the edition “celebrates Enclave’s achievement and rewards owners with a higher level of distinction.”
It will make its debut at the New York auto show. Pricing will be announced closer to its production date. It goes on sale this summer.
The Tuscan package is an addition to standard equipment on the leather and premium trims.
The package includes a bronze-tone grille and 20-inch chrome-clad wheels with bronze accents. It will be available in three exterior colors: White Frost Tricoat, Dark Chocolate Metallic and Ebony Twilight Metallic.
Buick sold 62,300 Enclaves in the U.S. in 2014.