Buick Envision GX 2022 three-row crossover prototype spottedOctober 2, 2020
On tests, a camouflaged prototype of the American crossover Envision GX was seen, which, among other things, received three rows of seats. Expect the debut of the 2022 crossover next year.
Buick introduced the Encore GX last year, which is a more luxurious version of the Encore crossover. Now, the American brand plans to do the same for its other crossover, the Envision model. The novelty will receive the Envision GX designation and three rows of seats.
The Envision GX will debut in 2021 as a 2022 model.
A rather heavily camouflaged prototype of the novelty was seen in tests. The three-row crossover can be expected to look a lot like the 2021 Envision.
The Envision GX will be built on the same platform as the regular Envision, which was unveiled back in May this year – it’s about the GM E2 architecture, which is also used for the Cadillac XT4. However, the third row of seats requires more space in the back, which can be seen in the “spy” pictures. In profile, the extended rear overhang of the camouflaged Envision GX is noticeable.
According to rumors, the novelty will receive a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine producing 230 horsepower (350 Nm). The car will receive only front-wheel drive, the torque to which will be transmitted through a nine-speed automatic transmission. Four-wheel drive will be an additional paid option.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the production of Ford Fusion (Mondeo) and Buick Regal sedans is discontinued. Due to the reduction in demand for sedans around the world, it was decided to stop the serial production of the Ford Fusion, which is better known in our country as Mondeo and Buick Regal. Ford discontinued production of the Fusion on July 31, while production of the Regal and Regal TourX (station wagon) has also been completed.
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