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2024 Buick Envision Debuts As Updated Lincoln Corsair Rival

Buick has debuted a number of new models over the past few months, including the 2024 Encore GX – which competes with the Lincoln Corsair – as well as the Envista, which has no direct Lincoln rival as a small and affordable yet nicely-appointed crossover. Now, following the debut of the refreshed 2023 Corsair, the luxurious crossover has gained another competitor – the also-refreshed 2024 Buick Envision, which was redesigned for the 2021 model year.


The updated 2024 Buick Envision represents the fourth model year of the second-generation model, and features a fresh look on the outside with a revised front fascia, a new front grille sporting the also-new Tri-Shield logo, and a revamped hood design, much of which takes inspiration from the Buick Wildcat EV concept. A new set of multi-spoke wheels rounds out the changes on the outside, which help keep the crossover fresh heading into the new model year.

GM also gave the 2024 Buick Envision some interior updates designed to keep it competitive in a hotly-contested segment, with additions including a wide digital display spanning the dash, a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel, and some new trim pieces. Perhaps more notably, the 2024 Envision can be had with GM’s Super Cruise hands-free highway driving assist feature, making it the first Buick in North America to do so.


The automaker hasn’t revealed any additional details about the 2024 Envision yet, but we’ll know more before production kicks off later this year, in October. The refreshed crossover is just one of five new Buick models planned to launch through next year as part of a rapidly revamped lineup. “The current Envision is delivering record retail sales over the first half of 2023 and is on track to have its best sales year ever,” GM noted. “The updated 2024 model is set to further boost Buick’s portfolio, which is quickly becoming one of the freshest vehicle lineups in the industry.”

We’ll have more on everything Ford’s competition is up to soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. StevinG

    I’m sorry. I can’t get past the bland grille of the Buick or the new 555 logo.

  2. Garon

    No china crap for me! Last Nautilus this year

  3. JJL

    So 50 years ago there were all kinds of negative comments similar to the ones posted here about Japanese cars. How did that turn out? Having worked the Chinese they are driven and will learn and already have. I have my first ever Lincoln, a Corsair PHEV, on order for 9 months now. Having read on this site about all the production delays, software problems, and now fire hazards that surround this Ford model should I worry about getting an American made POS?


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