The design for the new Envision is a huge departure from the current model, with the 2021 SUV defined by sharper creases, far more appealing proportions, and a more modern and upscale look overall.
Buick hasn’t revealed too much information about the new Envision, but did say the compact SUV will be powered by a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, doing away with the previous naturally aspirated 2.5L naturally aspirated engine.
The crossover will also come with standard with automatic emergency braking for vehicles and pedestrians, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, rear park assist, and more. Automatic parking assist, surround view camera, rear cross traffic alert, front park assist, blind spot monitoring, head-up display, and GM’s rear-view mirror camera will also be available as upgrades. An upscale Avenir trim will also be offered for the first time and the Envision also gets a Buick-first 10-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa compatibility.
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The new 2021 Buick Envision should arrive early next year but more details should be revealed later this year.