Following Buick’s current design language, the Verano features a waterfall grille flanked by blue translucent projector beam headlamps not unlike the units used on the larger Regal. Retro-flavored porthole vents mounted on the hood complete the Verano’s front end.
A steeply-raked windshield and fast-sloping rear pillars are intended to give the Verano a decidedly sporty look, culminating in a rear end that is fairly unique within the Buick lineup. However, some might not agree with Buick’s decision to use chrome accents on the rear taillights.
The Verano’s cabin continues the theme of luxury and elegance, featuring a flowing dash and center stack along with plenty of pleasant materials. All Veranos come standard with Buick’s IntelliLink infotainment system, which provides voice command smartphone access in addition to streaming audio through Pandora and Stitcher SmartRadio. A number of other premium features are optional, including a heated steering wheel, heated front seats and touch screen navigation.