Concurrent with the first official look at the refreshed 2024 Buick Envision in the United States, General Motors has just confirmed Buick‘s refreshed compact crossover for Mexico.
The refreshed 2024 Buick Envision was officially revealed on June 13th in North America, a month after the refreshed crossover was fully leaked by authorities in China. In fact, the 2024 Envision was first unveiled in the Americas before its official debut in China – the place of origin and only country in the world where GM manufactures the nameplate.
GM’s Mexican subsidiary confirmed that the refreshed 2024 Buick Envision will soon be available as part of Buick’s product portfolio renewal to improve the brand’s position and boost its growth in the premium vehicle category. Although the company did not reveal a specific schedule for the launch of the 2024 Envision in the Mexican market, it is estimated to be shortly after it arrives in the United States.
Notably, the refreshed 2024 Buick Envision is the third of five new or refreshed vehicles Buick plans to launch in North America through calendar year 2024. The updated Envision follows the refreshed 2024 Buick Encore GX that was revealed earlier this year, and the all-new 2024 Buick Envista introduced in April, as the first models to adopt the Tri-Sheild brand’s new corporate image in the region.
As the leaked images had anticipated, the 2024 Buick Envision adopts the Pure Design language and the new corporate face of the brand. Distinctive features of the 2024 Envision include a new split headlamp assembly, a sharknose front end, a generously sized lower grille, and the redesigned Buick logo. It will also receive a new interior design with the latest Buick Virtual Cockpit.
The refreshed 2024 Buick Envision is expected to be unveiled and officially launched in Mexico early next year, shortly after or concurrent with the model’s U.S. market arrival scheduled for the first quarter of 2024. Unlike the U.S. and Canada , the 2024 Envision for the Mexican market will not offer GM’s Super Cruise system, as it’s not yet compatible with the roads in that country.