In conjunction with the official presentation of the first design sketches of the next generation of Buick’s full-size crossover, General Motors has just confirmed the upcoming 2025 Buick Enclave for Mexico.
After showing a first look at the redesigned crossover, the automaker confirmed the next-generation all-new 2025 Buick Enclave for Mexico, the only Latin American country where the Buick brand is present and officially marketed. The upcoming 2025 Enclave will arrive as one of Buick’s most important launches this year in North America, where it hopes to offer one of the freshest portfolios in the automotive industry.
“2024 promises more big things for Buick, spearheaded by the launch of the next-generation Enclave,” said Global Vice President, Buick and GMC, Duncan Aldred. “With this first glimpse of the next-generation Enclave, the flagship of our lineup, we’re continuing to lead with design, technology and Buick’s unique premium persona,” he added.
GM says the upcoming redesigned 2025 Buick Enclave will debut an all-new aesthetic with a more sophisticated design language, inspired by the 2022 Wildcat EV Concept as official sketches show. This will include a sculpted body with muscular shapes, as well as the brand’s new familiar front end made up of split headlights, a massive lowered grille and the characteristic shark nose shape.
As such, the all-new 2025 third-generation Buick Enclave will include a long list of updates and changes over the current model that will make Buick’s flagship a much more modern vehicle. However, the redesigned crossover will use an updated variant of the GM C1 platform and maintain very similar dimensions to the outgoing second-generation Enclave.
The upcoming 2025 Buick Enclave will soon debut in the United States, where its official introduction into the brand’s dealer network is scheduled for the end of this calendar year. GM has not yet revealed an estimated timeline for the presentation and arrival of the 2025 Enclave in the Mexican market, but the crossover will most likely be launched in the Latin country in early 2025.