Buick respects his legacy and the future of electrical mobility with a new concept.
In 1953, Buick launched Wildcat, a showcase that showed what Buick had saved for the future in terms of design and technology. 1954 and 1955 saw the introduction of the Wildcat II and Wildcat III concepts, respectively, and in 1985 another Wildcat concept was introduced, a supercar concept that reflects Buick’s new engine technology. Now, that legacy continues, as Buick introduces another Wildcat concept, an attractive 2 + 2 coupe powered by electricity.
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The new Buick Wildcat EV concept is electrifying in more ways than its powertrain. It features a new design language for the Buick, featuring a new tri-shield logo, a new trapezoidal grille and dramatic lighting setup between a sweeping and posed coupe body with dramatic 18-spoke turbine wheels. As a brand with a long and multi-layered history, the Buick Wildcat EV Concept strikes a balance between classic luxury and the joy of driving and modern conveniences and technology. With large, sweeping touchscreens and cockpit-style seats in the interior, the Wildcat EV Concept is both comfortable and sophisticated, combining other technologies, including AI, biometrics and aromatherapy to ensure a more comfortable driving experience and a seamless future. Luxurious.