Since their arrival on the market in 2007, the Traverse, Acadia and Enclave crossovers have all kept strong sales with virtually zero updates. The 2013 models are set to change that. GM has decided to update the only area of the crossovers receiving the bulk of criticism - the interiors. The redesigns of the Lambda crossover's interiors are set to include a highly sophisticated center stack including GM's new infotainment system.
Chevrolet's MyLink and Intellilink for Buick-GMC will include a large LCD touch screen that will control everything from audio to OnStar to Bluetooth. New materials will also be used to freshen up the seats and interior aesthetics. No official release date has been made for the refresh, however, the next generation models are expected to be released after 2016. Cadillac will then also likely receive an updated version of the crossover while the GMC Acadia is set to be dropped.