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Detroit: For the first time in its history, General Motors' Buick luxury brand will get an upscale compact car.
The company says it will unveil the Buick Verano on Monday at the Detroit auto show, GM's only new model to debut at the event.
The Verano is a small car based on the Chevrolet Cruze that GM says is designed to compete against the Audi A3 and Volvo S40 in the entry-level luxury market.
GM engineers say they went to great lengths to make the car different from the Cruze, enhancing its handling and ride with a suspension borrowed from Europe's Opel Astra, changing the body to give it a more sculpted, aerodynamic look and making the car quieter with better insulation and window glass. GM also says the car has a far more luxurious interior than the Cruze.