Buick has revealed the look of the interior of its upcoming China-bound mid-size SUV, the Envision.
From the top-spec model shown off by Buick, we can say that the interior looks like a good place to spent time. There’s plenty of leather and suede (or probably Alcantara), along with piano black finishes on the dash.
Speaking of the dashboard, it’s neatly designed with an almost Saab-like chrome sweep from instrument cluster to high-res screen. The fitted Buick Intellilink (MyLink for more plebian GM brands) has reduced dashboard button clutter to a minimum.
Features available on the forthcoming Envision include heated steering wheel, active noise cancellation, Bose sound system, ice blue ambient lighting, panoramic sunroof with electronic sunshade, electric tailgate with partial opening setting, automated parking, multi-zone climate control, automatic engine start/stop, and lane departure warning.
The mid-size Envision will be unveiled in Chengdu on August 28. It’s unknown at this stage whether the car will be sold in the US. It makes sense, unless GM fears cannibalising sales from the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain. Given the close links between Opel and Buick, it would also seem sensible for a Euro version to be spawned, but we’ve not heard anything yet.