MotorWeek | Retro Review: 1990 Buick Reatta Convertible
Under the hood of the Buick Reatta model was installed a Buick V6 engine with a volume of 3.8 liters, whose power was 170 hp and a maximum torque of 298 Nm. As for the transmission, there was used a 4-speed automatic transmission 4T60, and later its version with an electronic control system 4T60-E. The car had front-wheel drive, fully independent suspension, disc brakes on all wheels, anti-lock braking system (ABS). Inside, the center console housed a touch-screen computer called the Electronic Control Center (ECC), which was used to control the radio and climate control systems, as well as using it to gain access to the vehicle’s electronic systems and sensors. diagnostics.
In 1989, the Buick Reatta received new elements in the exterior design, and the manufacturer also offered the installation of a transparent sunroof as an option.
MW 1988_ Buick Reatta Road Test.flv
In 1991, the Buick Reatta model was equipped with a new version of the 4T60-E transmission and anti-lock braking system (ABS). In the same year, the car's interior was redesigned, to the functionality of which were added built-in holders.
Production model Buick Reatta was completed in May 1991.