General Motors’ electric zone is not to be missed.
A section is reserved for Chevrolet’s ZR2 family of pickup trucks.
In addition to unveiling the Quebec premiere of the Cadillac Escalade IQ and devoting a zone to electric vehicles, General Motors is showcasing nearly every model in its line-up. Buick‘s two main new models are the Encore GX and Envista. Renewed in 2024, the Encore GX is a small urban SUV powered by a turbocharged three-cylinder engine and available with four-wheel drive. The Envista is a completely new model. It stands out for its unique styling and entry price, which is the lowest in the Buick range.
At Cadillac, in addition to the Escalade IQ and Lyriq, the American luxury brand offers the CT5 sedan and the new XT4 2024. The latter has been slightly revamped for the current year. Inside, it boasts a new 33-inch screen. It also gets LED headlamps and lights.
Last but not least, Chevrolet has focused on its trio of off-road trucks. In fact, the manufacturer has set up a zone dedicated to products capable of going off the beaten track. It features the Silverado ZR2 Bison, Colorado ZR2 and Silverado HD ZR2 Bison. The American brand is also showcasing its latest innovations. These include the Trax 2024 and the Traverse Z71 2024.
Of course, Chevrolet has also paid particular attention to electric vehicles. Auto Show visitors will be able to see the Chevrolet Silverado EV, Blazer EV and Equinox EV up close.
As for GMC, the third-generation Acadia will make its Canadian debut. New for 2024, this three-row mid-size SUV is now powered by a turbocharged 2.5L four-cylinder engine. Each version can also be equipped with Super Cruise hands-free driving technology. In the same booth, GMC will be celebrating with class and elegance the 25th anniversary of the Denali sub-brand, which identifies luxury and high-end vehicles within this General Motors subsidiary.