GM 2.5 Liter I-4 Turbo LK0 Engine
The GM LK0 is a turbocharged gasoline engine produced by General Motors for use in crossover utility vehicles. Displacing 2.5 liters in an inline-four cylinder configuration, the LK0 is part of GM’s Cylinder Set Strategy (CSS).
|Displacement:||2.5L / TBD cu. in.|
|Introduced:||2024 model year|
|Predecessor(s):||3.6L V6 LFY, 3.6L V6 LGX|
|Assembly:||GM Spring Hill plant, Tennessee, USA|
As GM Authority was first to report in May 2023, the GM LK0 engine is essentially a slightly smaller version of the 2.7L I-4 L3B. And, as GM Authority was also the first to report about a week later, the LK0 will launch in the 2024 Chevrolet Traverse and 2024 GMC Acadia before making its way into the 2025 Buick Enclave.
|Vehicle||Transmission||Power (hp / kW) @ RPM||Torque (lb-ft / Nm) @ RPM|
|2024 – present Chevrolet Traverse||8-Speed auto||328||326|
|2024 – present GMC Acadia||8-Speed auto||328||326|
|2025 – present Buick Enclave||8-Speed auto||328||326|
Though this has not yet been confirmed by GM, the 2.5L LK0 engine will likely be manufactured at the GM Spring Hill plant in Tennessee, USA.
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2.5L I-4 Turbo LK0 News
Plus it’s a four cylinder, to boot.
A dab more than was originally announced.