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Spy Shots: Buick Enclave Caught Undisguised

By SEMA News Editors

SEMA News sources recently spotted the Buick Enclave completely uncovered near the General Motors Warren Tech Center in Michigan.

Without any camouflage, the vehicle's new design elements were on full display, including a front end that draws inspiration from the Buick Wildcat EV concept unveiled last year. While the concept was initially focused on electric power, its styling influences can be seen in the gas-powered '25 Buick Enclave.

Buick Enclave

Remaining in the fullsize, five-door crossover utility vehicle (CUV) category, the '25 Enclave has a profile that appears more masculine and truck-like compared to the current model, according to the new images. Inside, the vehicle is equipped with a range of new features, including Super Cruise, GM's semi-autonomous driving system, insiders said, as well as a digital stalk-like shifter on the steering column, reminiscent of the Cadillac Lyriq.

Other reported features include a curved display spanning the instrument panel and center stack. The new infotainment system in the '25 Buick Enclave is also expected to have a distinctive appearance, likely drawing parallels to the Buick Envista and Encore GX.