Buick and GMC have announced plans to launch nine new models - including the previously revealed Enclave, Encore and Acadia - within the next twelve months.

Buick and GMC have announced plans to launch nine new models - including the previously revealed Enclave, Encore and Acadia - within the next twelve months.

Buick will introduce facelifted versions of the Regal and LaCrosse. Little is known about the latter model, but the Regal will feature the same styling tweaks as the 2013 Opel / Vauxhall Insignia.

GMC, on the other hand, will introduce the redesigned Sierra / Sierra HD and the Yukon / Yukon XL. Both models will be based on GM's new full-size truck platform which was recently teased in an official ‘spy' video for the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado.

GMC also announced plans to offer a new Canyon pickup which will be based on the Chevrolet Colorado. There's no word on when it will be launched, but the truck will be built in Wentzville, Missouri.

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