General Motors debuted their Buick Electra Concept at the 2020 Beijing Motor Show today, and this electric crossover is the base for the company’s future zero-emission vehicles. It’s based on the BEV3 platform and uses GM’s Ultium battery system, good for a 412 mile range on a single charge. The powertrain itself, comprised of two Ultium Drive motors, produces 583 horsepower, enabling it to accelerate from 0-62 mph in a respectable 4.3 seconds. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Inside, you’ll find a large floating curved OLED screen, a retractable steering column and seemingly seats suspended in zero-gravity. The exterior features an illuminated front grille, LED Matrix headlights, butterfly doors and large 23-inch wheels. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability, but its should hit the market by 2024.
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Building on Buick’s proven leadership in electrification, the Electra represents the brand’s ambition to bring together beautiful styling and intelligent connectivity in the new era of zero emissions. The advanced Ultium battery unlocks the exciting new possibilities for what future EVs will look like. The Electra fully leverages state-of-the-art technology to set a new standard for future EV design and personal mobility,” said Executive Director of Buick at SAIC-GM, Molly Peck.