The 2021 Buick Envision will launch early next year, delivering an all-new premium-level compact crossover. Earlier this month, GM Authority was the first to tell you about the new Envision’s suspension configuration, optional all-wheel drive system, and trim level structure. As promised, we’re back to outline the 2021 Buick Envision‘s dimensions.
On the outside, the 2021 Buick Envision rides on a 109.4-inch-long wheelbase. Overall length of this all-new crossover is 185.5 inches long, which makes it slightly longer than traditional “compact” crossovers.
Width (without mirrors) comes in at 74.1 inches, while height is 64.6 inches. Ground clearance is currently not available. The front and rear tracks measure in at a healthy 63.3 inches.
Curb weight is 3,685 pounds for the base model, and 3,932 for the heaviest range-topper.
|Curb weight||3,685 to 3,932|
- In inches
- * without mirrors
Inside, the 2021 Buick Envision features 39.6 inches of front headroom and 38.9 inches of rear headroom. Front legroom is 40.4 inches, while rear legroom is 39.3 inches.
Front shoulder room comes in at 56.7 inches, while rear shoulder room is 55.1 inches. Finally, hip room is 55.1 inches in the front row and 47.4 inches in the second row.
|Front shoulder room||56.7|
|Rear shoulder room||55.1|
|Front hip room||55.1|
|Rear hip room||47.4|
- In inches
Cargo capacity is healthy, at 25.2 cubic feet with the second row upright and 52.7 cubic feet when the second row is folded down.
|Cargo volume (second row upright)||25.2|
|Cargo volume (second row folded)||52.7|
- In cubic feet
The 2021 Buick Envision will be available in four trim levels. From base to fully loaded, these include: Envision (base), Preferred, Essence, and Avenir. Front-wheel drive will be standard on all models, while all-wheel drive will be available on all except for the base trim. When the model launches in early 2021, dealers will be focused on ordering the Preferred, Essence and Avenir trims. Pricing for the newest Buick CUV is expected to start in the vicinity of $34,000 USD for the U.S. market.
The all-new, 2021 Buick Envision rides on the GM E2 platform shared most directly with the first-generation Cadillac XT4. Power will come from the turbocharged 2.0L I-4 LSY engine making 230 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. The GM nine-speed automatic transmission will be responsible for swapping the cogs.
GM has confirmed that the vehicle will be assembled at the Jinqiao plant in Shanghai, China for the Chinese domestic market, as well as for export to North America.
Special financing is also available for the previous-generation model.
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