Buick Previews Future Designs with New Wildcat EV ConceptJun 1th, 2022
Buick is on a path to full electrification by 2030. With the reveal of the Wildcat EV concept, Buick has announced that the first full-electric model will arrive in 2024 with a full EV lineup by 2030.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept is a showcase of how electric Buick models may look like. That’s not to say that there will be a future luxury coupe EV but rather a look at some of the design elements that will find themselves on future models. The 18-spoke turbine wheels will probably not see the light of day but the slim LED headlights and the horizontal grille design probably will. Also expect to see some form of large screens on the dashboards of future EV models.
In addition to the new design elements of the Buick Wildcat EV Concept, all future Buick models will have the new Buick logo. It still consists of the triple shield design but now each one has been simplified and are all on the same level. The red, white, and blue colors are also still visible but are a bit more subtle than before. Future EV models will also carry the “Electra” nameplate. This name was last used from the late 50’s to the early 90’s on the Buick Electra luxury car.
It is going to be a busy few years for not only Buick but also General Motors. The company plans to launch around 30 electric models by 2025 around the world. As well, GM hopes to sell around 400,000 EVs by the end of 2023. These will not only include the current Bolt EV & EUV but also the upcoming Silverado EV, Hummer EV, Equinox EV and Blazer EV.
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