Within hours of the world debut of the all-new Buick Envista at the upcoming 2022 Chengdu Motor Show in China, General Motors has just officially revealed the interior design of Buick‘s upcoming compact crossover.
The SAIC-GM joint venture released the first official images of the all-new Buick Envista’s interior, which the automaker formally announced last week in China. The images confirm the preview of the Envista’s interior captured by spy photographers in early July, which uncovered the crossover’s dash configuration with a massive free-form control module as the main protagonist.
Like the exterior, the interior of the all-new Buick Envista is based on the brand’s new global Pure Design philosophy with elegant, flowing lines that maximize the feeling of spaciousness. The dashboard has a layered design and includes a special carved area that supports the large, slightly curved central control module, which is made up of two side-by-side 10.25-inch screens and touch controls like those found in the new Buick Verano Pro.
Cosmetically, the base version of the new Buick Envista features a two-tone black cabin with light gray accents, both on the soft door liners and on the seat trim and stitching. For its part, the interior of the Buick Envista GS has an overall black finish and adds automatic climate control, piano black trim, exclusive sports seats, as well as red stitching and embroidery with the GS logo.
The all-new Buick Envista will make its world debut later this week at the 2022 Chengdu Motor Show, where it will be exposed to the press and general public for the first time. The new Envista will come to expand the brand’s broad SUV portfolio as the sixth crossover in Buick’s portfolio in China, positioned between the Encore GX and Envision S. It is not yet clear whether or not GM plans to market the Envista in North America.