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Buick unleashes the electric wildcat concept to express a new design language

The Electric Buick wildcat
Buick has announced that it will offer all-electric cars only by 2030 and unveiled a stunning electric concept called the Wildcat. Buick explained how its brand plan fits in with General Motors' electrification efforts.

The Electric Buick wildcat

To highlight the significance of the plan, Buick has adopted a new logo to celebrate the brand's upcoming new electric era. The new badge will be installed on the front end of Buick products from 2023. Buick also announced that its future electric products will also bear the "Electra" name, starting with the first electric model coming in 2024. In order to preview its future electric cars, Buick has decided to unveil the Coupe concept. New 2+2 called Wildcat.

The Electric Buick wildcat
The car detects a rise in the driver's heart rate and automatically adjusts the car's settings to calm him down. For example, when Zen Mode is activated, it dims the cabin lights, diffuses soothing aromas and activates the massage seats.
The Electric Buick wildcat
Buick hasn't released any details because it's still just a concept. We don't expect many surprises on this front as Buick is expected to use General Motors' Ultium EV platform, which already powers new electric cars from GMC and Cadillac.
The Electric Buick wildcat
Buick is the last of the four car brands owned by General Motors (Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac are the other three) to reveal its plans for electric vehicles.
The Electric Buick wildcat
GM has said it will spend $35 billion (€32 billion) on electric and self-driving cars by 2025 and aims to become a completely carbon-neutral company by 2040.
The Electric Buick wildcat
Wildcat: a legacy concept
For nearly 70 years, the Wildcat name has been reserved for innovative Buick concept vehicles that push the boundaries of design and technology. Like the new Wildcat EV concept concept, the first of them introduced in 1953 was a show car that revealed the design of Buick's next generation. Concepts II and III followed in 1954 and 1955 respectively, and legendary designer Harley Earl oversaw everyone's designs. And in 1985, another wildcat concept appeared. It was a futuristic, mid-engine, super-fast SUV developed to showcase new engine technologies.
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat
The Electric Buick wildcat


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