General Motors is set to launch the all-new third-gen Buick Enclave crossover in conjunction with the 2025 model year, and, per tradition, the overhaul will include an exterior styling revamp with the Tri-Shield brand’s very latest design cues. Although GM has yet to unveil the new exterior styling, the automaker has provided a few hints as to what it might look like. Our spy photographers have also spotted a few prototype models out for testing, covered in camouflage. Now, we’re taking those hints and spy photos and running with them, creating the following exclusive GM Authority rendering.
Once again presenting a full-size, five-door body style, our 2025 Buick Enclave rendering is based on the second-generation model, but was reworked with the sleeker design cues expected from Buick’s next-gen models. That includes styling from GM design sketches, as well as cues pulled from the refreshed 2024 Buick Envision, with some Avenir-esque detailing for the flourish.
The front end incorporates thin, horizontally oriented upper lighting signatures that seem to pull back into the fenders, while vertical lighting surrounds are mounted lower in the bumper. The grille includes a diamond-shaped insert, as well as polished trim pieces around the corners.
The sleek styling continues into the rear, where the window line rises at a graceful angle towards the hatch. The rear end shows more graceful lines around the rear glass, while the lower bumper provides a nice bookend for the tweaks up front.
Finally, Buick’s new Tri-Shield logo is present and accounted for, finding a spot on the nose and tail of this next-gen rendering.
For readers who may have missed it, GM Authority has reported exclusive details on the 2025 Buick Enclave interior, which will feature a wide digital screen mounted on top of the dash. The new crossover will also equip the turbocharged 2.5L I4 LK0 gasoline engine.
Look for an official debut this year.