Portholes are back on Buick's top model, the Park Avenue Ultra, which helps to commemorate the company's centennial year. First called VentiPorts, the chrome-plated portholes on the side of each front fender first appeared on Buicks in 1949 and were last seen on the 1983 Electra. They reappeared on Buick's Cielo concept car in 1999 and continued on the subsequent LaCrosse and Bengal show cars. These portholes — three on each side — are said to be functional as well as decorative, helping to cool the engine compartment. Read More
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