The redesign of the popular mid-sized crossovers is scheduled to arrive in early 2015, as a 2015 or 2016 model. It will be slightly smaller — today the Equinox and Terrain are among the largest mid-sized crossovers — and will shed significant mass as it moves to GM’s new global crossover architecture, a modified version of its Delta compact platform. |
The base engine will be GM’s new 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine, an upgrade from the current 2.4-liter. A plug-in hybrid is likely, as well as an eAssist mild hybrid model. For now, GM is expected to continue to offer the 3.6-liter V-6.
|Segment: Compact CUV||Powertrain: Conventional ()|
|Release Year: 2015||New Product Category: Redesign |
|Drive: FWD|| |