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Tuesday, August 23, 2022

Buick Wildcat EV Concept hints to the company's future design language

~Next EV~ On last June, Buick, one of the carmakers under the General Motors banner has introduced an electric-powered concept car called the Buick Wildcat EV Concept along with a new logo as well. It is also mentioned that the prototype making is the way in which the American manufacturer to describe transition to the era of electric cars in the future.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept was introduced to illustrate the American brand's transition to the future era of electric-powered cars. (Picture from: Tempo)
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept gets a striking exterior design, with a trapezoidal grille that sits low on the face, beneath the sleek new Buick badge, an angular front end, sharp folds and ultra-thin headlights with micro-LED lighting technology. In connection with the latest Buick "tri-shield" logo which is prominently installed on the front and rear body of the concept car, it aims to show a form of design transformation that will begin to be implemented starting next year.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept has a bold front look with a low-mounted trapezoid grille, as opposed to the car's longer muzzle. (Picture from: Tempo)
Unfortunately, this American automaker didn't release yet its powertrain details, possibly because it's all just a matter of design, both interior and exterior. There's an external charge indicator visible through the hatch's rear window, and the Wildcat EV's blade-style taillights are embedded in the roof screen panel, and complete the package are 18-inch turbine wheels inspired by the Jet Age.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept is a future car that has an interior design like the private jet' cockpit. (Picture from: Tempo)
As quoted from the Buick's release, the Wildcat EV Concept was developed in a new design language that will influence future those American brand's production models. The vehicle is even designed to detect nervous drivers and try to calm them down by dimming the cabin lights, activating massage seats and releasing aromatherapy scents.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept does not have a conventional mirror, but instead replaces it with a camera system and monitor screen located next to the door. (Picture from: Tempo)
The bold styling is also can be seen inside its cabin, where this 2+2 coupe model mount is made with a low sitting position to give a relaxed and luxurious impression. Then the glass design connects from the windshield to the side to give an aggressive impression.

Besides that the Wildcat EV Concept also features at least two digital screens, a sleek dashboard design and cockpit-style seats with cantilevered headrests that look very retro. Furthermore, there is a protruding center console separating the passengers, while contrasting colors like Legato Green and orange liven up the interior.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept has Semi-Swing door types and there are also many LED ornaments pinned on its body. (Picture from: Tempo)
This prototype uses a semi-swing door model, various LED ornaments on the body and 18-inch rim dimensions. "From every angle, the vehicle looks like it's ready to pounce," comments Bob Boniface, Director of Global Buick Design.

"This work is the result of careful observation of the proportions and design beauty of the intersection of shapes, not lines," he continued.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept is a 2+2 coupe concept designed with a low seating position to give a relaxed and luxurious feels at once. (Picture from: Tempo)
"The Wildcat EV Concept electric car concept represents a real design future for the brand," said Sharon Gauci, Executive Director of Global Buick-GMC Design.

"Buick is always looking ahead and this expression is a glimpse of where we are going, and the optimism we have for the endless possibilities of the electric car future," he said further.
With the Wildcat EV Concept presence, Buick announced that they will become a fully electric brand by the end of the decade, meanwhile next year, the company will launch its first EV, and will line it up as the Buick Electra. We'll just have to wait...! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BUICK | TOP GEAR | ID.MOTOR1 ]
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