COVID-19 has just claimed more "victims" in the automotive world, specifically within the General Motors (GM) Group of brands. Models that were scheduled for refreshes in the near-future are getting those postponed by a year.
LMC Automotive media outlet reports that General Motors has decided to push back the planned refreshes for several models, notably the Chevrolet Traverse, Buick Enclave and Cadillac XT4.
According to Jeff Schuster of LMC Automotive, "Most face-lifts appear to have some delay associated with them, especially those that hadn't really been fully completed. Where they were essentially getting ready for production, we aren't seeing any delays there. Nothing that I'm aware of at this point has been outright canceled."
To date, GM has delayed the upgrade of the Buick Enclave 2021 to the 2022 model-year. The scheduled 2022 refresh of the Cadillac XT4 has also been postponed, this time to 2023, again according to LMC.