Twin-charged Direct-Injected Inline 4 with Hybrid-assisted drivetrain standard on this new hatchback by Buick that seats 4 on individual Recaro buckets. Hatchback does not equal cheap, basic transportation at premium division of GM. Click image to see it's gorgeousness in greater detail, lol.
C H O P — This sporty Buick hatchback coupe is based on a profile photo of the Maserati GranTurismo coupe. The Skyhawk from the 1980s was based on the Vega/Monza platform, and anchored the bottom of the Buick lineup back then. Over-the-top options included a full-length decal along the sides that reflected at night when lights shined on it. Four cylinder and V6 engines were offered, but the car never fooled anyone—it was cheap transportation in its lowliest '80s guise.
My chop would give Buick a very economical, very aggressive entry in the small coupe market. Befitting Buick's place in GM's lineup this time around, the interior would be upscale, featuring Recaro leather buckets for all 4 passengers. The drivetrain would be a brand new 4 cylinder, with both a turbocharger and a supercharger, in addition to a mild hybrid-assisted transmission. Economy could be in the high 40s city, with acceleration times in the 6 second range from 0-60. Yes, the best of both worlds, economy and rapidity will be offered in this hot new GM sport coupe.