Buick's redesigned 2021 Envision, a key pillar in the brand's crossover lineup, will offer more safety features, infotainment options and a premium trim package.
The retooled compact crossover will go on sale early next year and will continue to be built in China.
Helen Emsley, executive director of global design for Buick and GMC, said in a statement that the 2021 Envision will be lower and wider, with premium proportions "designed to combine the expressiveness of a car with the practicality of an SUV."
The Envision will be powered by a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbo engine and a nine-speed automatic transmission, Buick said. The current Envision comes standard with a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine, with a turbo 2.0-liter as an option.
The Envision, introduced in 2016, has become Buick's No. 3 seller behind two other crossovers, the subcompact Encore and the large Enclave.