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2022 Buick Wildcat EV Concept Car



Buick unveiled the Wildcat EV concept - an expressive vision of the brand's new design direction as it transitions to an all-electric future.

Buick has unveiled the Wildcat EV concept. It demonstrates the vector of corporate identity development and hints at the upcoming transformations. In 2024, Buick will introduce its first electric car, and perhaps it will borrow some of the solutions from the Wild Cat. In the future, Wildcat will become a platform for introducing new features such as artificial intelligence, biometrics, and aromatherapy. The Buick Wildcat EV concept "sets the design direction for future models as we move towards an all-electric future." This is a rather large coupe with a 2 + 2 seating formula, shapes, and proportions reminiscent of the Koenigsegg Gemera (the length of the Swedish megacar is almost five meters). Dominating the look of the prototype are a sloping front with a trapezoid grille, micro-LED swoosh headlights and three-dimensional roof-mounted lights. Buick defines the Wildcat's interior by simple, graceful forms that "convey balance, harmony and a sense of warmth." There are four displays in the driver's field of vision. The widescreen instrument cluster on the front panel has side-view camera screens built into the doors and a touch panel on the cantilevered center armrest. Another important detail is the choice of colors. Buick uses a calm combination of white and dark green, orange accents and polished and brushed aluminum inserts. The Wildcat EV prototype will act as a platform for a range of exotic features. Artificial intelligence, biometrics and even aromatherapy will be widely used. For example, monitoring the driver's heart rate will automatically launch relaxation programs in case of stress. You can dim the lights, turn on the massage function or fill the salon with a pleasant aroma. This is all part of a larger plan to transform the Buick brand. According to the strategy, the brand will introduce the first electric car in 2024, and a fully electric line