All-New 2024 Buick LaCrosse Interior Design Uncovered In China37
Last week, we reported on the latest leak of the all-new 2024 Buick LaCrosse in China with the base trim level and powertrain. Now, the interior design of next Buick LaCrosse has been captured for the first time in the Asian country.
The interior design of the all-new 2024 Buick LaCrosse was exposed inside a SAIC-GM facility – General Motors’ main joint venture in China – and has just leaked to local media ahead of the vehicle’s official unveiling. Like the exterior styling, the interior of Buick‘s full-size sedan will adopt the new Pure Design language and the brand’s latest technological innovations.
Despite the low-quality images, the general appearance of the 2024 Buick LaCrosse’s dash, steering wheel and other cabin details were revealed. The photos confirm that the 2024 LaCrosse will take a noticeable leap in sophistication, receiving the center stack and free-form curved display of the next-generation Buicks.
The all-new 2024 Buick LaCrosse sedan’s interior also boasts a design quite similar to that of the new Buick GL8 Century MPV – with whom it will share many elements such as the steering wheel, the central air vent module, some moldings and apparently the same 30-inch LED display panel. There is also a floating center console with cupholders and trays to maximize cabin space.
In fact, the similarities between the 2024 Buick LaCrosse and the new GL8 Century are not only evident in the interior design, but also in some exterior aesthetic cues. These include the particular headlamp shape, which extends both horizontally and vertically, and the massive grille that will feature distinctive finishes on each trim level.
The all-new 2024 Buick LaCrosse will soon make its world debut in China and will remain an exclusive vehicle for the Asian country, the only place where the current third-generation model is still built and marketed. It will be available with base 177-horsepower turbocharged 1.5L engine, and the familiar turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY engine with 227 horsepower, both paired with GM’s nine-speed automatic transmission.
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Offer this Buick here in the U.S. as many potential buyers want a sedan that is not Japanese or Korean.
Would you buy an imported Chinese built Buick?
Because that’s the only way it would ever be made available here.
People seem to buy the Buick Envision, an “Imported Chinese Buick”…
No one was buying Buick Sedans.
That’s cuz they were underpowered and slab-sided!
I bought last generation LaCrosse. It has 310 hp and 0-60 time of 5.6 sec. That’s not under powered to me.
but this one is only 177 hp and I’m sure the weight distribution. 310 would be great
@James: Nobody is buying their SUV’s either. At least not in any high numbers just like the sedan’s that they did have. So should Buick drop every SUV they have since those numbers aren’t that high? Sadly, Buick has lost it’s way and needs a huge correction now or they are dead.
Kill Buick and bring back Pontiac.
Yes please say it louder!
Yes. I agree, Pontiac would have had a chance if the Firebird and Bonneville were not axed along with the GTO that should have been designed with a more edgier look, the Aztec was “Stinking Up The Room” and the Montana Minivan was not needed for such a brand.
I have been a loyal GM person my whole life ( 76 yrs old ). I’ve owned everything from Chevys to Cadillacs but my favorite cars were the Buicks. I now own a C8 and an Acura TLX. Why an Acura? Because the Cadillac sedans are over priced and the Malibu is too low end. Until GM offers a quality sedan like the CHINA BOUND LaCrosse, I will continue buying Acura.
Then blame on GM’s (especially Buick’s) horrendous sales & marketing teams. The Germans, Japanese and Koreans still sell plenty of sedans. I own a Buick sedan, I know several others that do as well. I may not be important, but I am at least someone.
General motors Buick should change their name to Chinese motors yuck.
GMC….GENERAL MOTORS CHINA!!!
GM FAN…….Nobody At GM Is That Smart To Offer It!
The front don’t match the sides.
It matches perfectly.
The front and sides both look equally crappy.
The grill reminds me of the NA Buicks of the 50’s , just change out the headlights for the round ones of that era and you have a 50’s Buick front end.
It’s a 2018 Toyota Avalon.
Or a Ford Fusion
Don’t be surpised if this is essentially the next Malibu with the new Chevy corporate face. There shoukd be This is very nice! My only gripe is why can”t GM take the 2.0 liter turbo and install and 100 hp Electric motor onto it, hence a hybrid.
the front end is horrible, Buick sedan in China are ugly…interior is lovely…make some dam sedans and coupes here not another friggin suv with a wheezy 4 cylinder engine
I’ve always loved Buick’s, but this exterior design is all wrong. No one has ever copied Toyota designs for obvious reasons, and it’s not a good time to start. This car has a face that not even a mother could love.
I have to agree. I know someone who has a 2017 Buick Lacrosse. I’ve driven it before – beautiful piece of machinery. The images of the new model remind me of Hyundai. The steering wheel looks like the Sonata’s and the floating console is like the Ioniq’s. Since it’s an Asian-only car, it makes sense that it has Asian styling. I can’t knock it, but it does make me appreciate the older generation more.
It is disgraceful that you sell the Buick LaCrosse in China and not in The U S A !!!! I own 2 Buick’s and would buy one! Please change your mind G M !!!
Never Happen…Too Blind…Too Stupid!!!
If they sold this ugly thing here, THEN it would be a disgrace. Let’s be thankful they don’t.
I want a new Lacrosse. Love mine especially the magnetic ride, interior and adequate trunk. Would drive forever except for the technology updates available.
Horrible front end!!!
ONLY IN CHINA!!!
The American car Market has been invaded this shows that these Buicks and others are no longer an American car just a product that sells to whoever.Loyality buyers don’t matter.The salesman at the dealer knows nothing about the cars they sell.Sadly a once great and proud feeling of driving down the road and truly feeling proud to be An American.My grand kids will never know.The Car market is nothing to get excited about only to be let down. SELL SELL SELL..This lacrosse is another let down looks like a Lexus with the cow grill Bye bye Buick USA.
Lets just put a 75″ LCD TV and mount it to the dash and call it a day.
Taking one of the Original American Manufactured Car’s or Truck’s, and manufacturing it outside of the US in another Country it is Down graded to an Import Status. No body likes to hear that but it’s the Facts. It’s a “GooK” vehicle.
Just do not understand the Marketing behind the Buick division. Less is not more and how does Buick retain dealers, both large and small with its limited product lineup and really limited marketing dollars. As a long term Buick fan, it looks like Buick is currently on life support and needs a direct infusion of both products and marketing dollars to survive. It disturbs me that the Lacrosse is only released as an Asian model. What is driving that decision.
Buick needs help and it will take some top level decisions and investment to save this iconic brand.
In China Buick isn’t even entry level luxury. It competes with VW, not Audi, and is a mainstream car like Honda. This strategy has worked for China but puts Chevrolet in an ackward position almost reduced to the old American Plymouth space.
In the US Buick really competes with Ford Titanium and other high trim mass market brands even though this should be the job of Chevrolet. Feel like GM needs to withhold features from Chevy to justify Buick in the US. I really thought Buick would move upmarket after restructuring but Lacrosse proves that will never happen
Buick was always a premium brand, which is basically what you just described. It was never a luxury product like Audi.