Our spy photographers caught the refreshed 2024 Buick Encore GX out testing without any camouflage.
Its new face incorporates slim LED accent lights similar to the new Envista's.
This also appears to be the first production model to adopt Buick's new logo.
The new look of Buick will be propagating across the lineup soon, and these spy photos of the 2024 Encore GX crossover show our first glimpse of the new face on a U.S. production model. Caught without any camouflage, the updated Encore GX bears a clear resemblance to the new Envista crossover, and proudly displays the redesigned Buick logo and overall design language that first appeared on the Wildcat concept car earlier this year.
The Encore's front end looks more distinctive than before thanks to the slim LED accent lights at the leading edge of the hood that also double as the turn signals. The actual headlights are discretely mounted lower on the front fascia. The updated logo, which is the first revision to the Buick tri-shield emblem since 1990, is displayed both on the hood and on the tailgate. Buick previously said that the logo would start appearing on various models in 2023, so it's possible that the Encore GX will be the first to get it before the rest of the lineup switches over to the new design.
We don't expect any other significant changes to the Encore GX, as its mechanical components—a choice of turbocharged three-cylinder engines, paired with either front- or all-wheel drive—aren't likely to change. Buick may fit a larger touchscreen infotainment system inside and will also likely change up the wheel designs, color offerings, and interior trims.
Look for more information to come soon on the 2024 Encore GX, which should debut early in 2023 before going on sale later in the year.
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