Sources in China have spied the updated LaCrosse, sporting a redesigned exterior and interior without any camouflage, which hints that the sedan may be nearing an official debut. The midcycle upgrade has given the LaCrosse new LED-trimmed headlights and bumpers along with a larger front grille. The rear-end also gets a more contemporary design, with subtle accents such as a chrome trim that runs across the rear of the vehicle.
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Inside, the American automaker gave the LaCrosse a hefty update, helping classify it as a more luxurious, premium offering in the marketplace. GM appears to have outfitted it with new-generation technology, though details aren’t available yet. The LaCrosse will continue to be offered with engine choices of a 2.4-liter, a 2.0-liter turbo, or a 3.0-liter V6.
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