Buick strengthens SUV portfolio in China with upcoming launch of all-new Envision S
SHANGHAI – Buick strengthens its presence in one of China’s largest vehicle segments with the upcoming launch of the all-new premium Envision S mid-size SUV.
Built on GM’s global SUV architecture, the Envision S has been completely redesigned with a striking new look, adopting premium proportions. It will showcase GM’s latest electric architecture and be available with a range of advanced connectivity technologies and driver assistance systems to optimize safe and intelligent driving.
“The all-new Envision S is perfect for those who love the sleek and authentic Buick SUV design and the best networking experience with our advanced connectivity technology,” said Molly Peck, Executive Director of Buick Sales and Marketing at SAIC -GM. “It will set itself apart from the crowded mid-size SUV segment with its dynamic driving and high-end events.”
Interpreting the latest design language from the Buick SUV family, the Envision S is lower and wider, giving it an expressive, sporty and elegant look. It will come with GM new generation propulsion and refined chassis systems.
In addition, the popular Buick Avenir trim will be available for the first time on the Envision nameplate.
The Envision S will be sold with the Envision 2020 to meet various customer preferences for a modern and versatile mid-size SUV. The Envision models will also complement the Enclave, Encore and Encore GX models, giving Buick a solid portfolio in the SUV segment.
Additional information on the all-new Envision S will be shared closer to its launch.
Buick has successfully offered premium SUVs and cars with sculptural designs, refined performance, modern interiors and thoughtful personal technologies. Buick’s award-winning customer service and sales experience, along with Avenir trim, the highest expression of Buick luxury, attracts new buyers to experience Buick’s unique approach to accessible luxury in North America and China. Buick has sold more than 10 million vehicles in China since its introduction by SAIC-GM in 1998. More information on Buick vehicles in China is available at www.buick.com.cn.