The Buick Riviera Concept is a concept car by Buick, designed as an evolution of the original 2007 Riviera concept car.
The 2013 Buick Riviera Concept was unveiled in the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show. It is the second concept design of the original Riviera Concept in 2007, both being developed by the Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC). It had gull-wing doors and a plug-in electric driveline.
The Buick Riviera Concept, shortened just to Buick Riviera, is a high-end Class C car added in the Fall Out Boy Update, with the following rank statistics:
The Buick Riviera has mediocre acceleration and handling, but a drifting radius tighter than average, good top speed, and long-lasting nitro (6/10/14). Its total speed is 259.1 mph (417.3 km/h), like the McLaren M14A, Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 2013, and Toyota Supra RZ (Mark IV).
Despite being a top-end C Class car, the Buick Riviera is still outclassed by a few cars and also inferior in all aspects to the Sbarro Sparta.
The Riviera's starting rank allows it to be Multiplayer tuned to be a serious competitor against the TVR Sagaris, BMW M2, Shelby Cobra 427, BMW M2 Special Edition and Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS. The latter is only on technical tracks such as Dubai and Sector 8.
0504 5050 (1274) - 250 mph/403 km/h speed w/ Tuning Kit
0505 5050 (1293) - 253 mph/408 km/h speed w/ Tuning Kit
2535 4353 (1386, Humanny's tune) - 253 mph/408 km/h speed w/ Tuning Kit. This may seem over-ranked, but prevents the risk of getting matched with an Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition.
While competitive, the Buick Riviera is outclassed by the likes of the Sbarro Sparta, Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Racing Series, Maserati Alfieri, and Renault Alpine Celebration but would otherwise be most proficient in Buick-only TLEs.
- Main article: Car Mastery/Buick Riviera
As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades costs 1,320,000 while Pro Kits require 440,800, 25 of each Class C Part, 24 Early & Initial Techs, 12 Mid-Techs and 40 Electric Engines.
- Main article: Championship/Buick Riviera
The Buick Riviera's Championship was released as the 19th Championship event after the Yamaha FZ-10's Enduro Double Down on March 31, 2018. It was revived on May 30, 2019, as part of the 2019 Spring Update's Asphalt Moments series. as part of an Players are given 4 days to start the event and 7 days to complete it.