The 2024 Buick Envision will debut as the second-gen crossover’s fourth model year, bringing with it a mid-cycle enhancement (otherwise known as a refresh) complete with a variety of updates and changes. GM initially released a few tantalizing tidbits regarding the forthcoming refresh this past June, including a few images, but The General has been pretty quiet about it ever since. Now, however, GM Authority has confirmed when the refreshed 2024 Buick Envision is scheduled to launch.
A Buick spokesperson has confirmed with GM Authority that the production start of the 2024 Buick Envision is now scheduled to begin in the first quarter of the 2024 calendar year. Additionally, full details are expected to be released during the Q1 2024 timeframe, likely just before production gets underway.
Per previous GM Authority coverage, the start of regular production for the 2024 Buick Envision was originally expected begin October 30th, but was later pushed back to December 11th. Now, the start of production has been confirmed for Q1 in the 2024 calendar year.
With regard to vehicle updates, the 2024 Buick Envision will debut changes to the crossover’s design with tweaks to the front and rear fascias, as well as changes in the cabin. The front fascia includes a new grille, plus dual-tier headlights similar to the 2024 Buick Encore GX and 2023 Buick Envista. Out back, there is a new bumper and a new taillight design. A variety of new colors are expected as well, both in the cabin and on the body. The GM Super Cruise system will be offered.
Three trim levels are expected , starting with Preferred, followed by Essence, with the Avenir serving as the range-topping trim. Under the hood, the 2024 Buick Envision will likely offer the same powertrain combination, namely the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine, rated at 228 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 258 pound-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm, routed to either the front wheels as standard or all four wheels as optional via the GM nine-speed automatic transmission. The GM E2 platform will serve as underpinnings, with production taking place at the GM China SAIC-GM Jinqiao South plant.