Buick Enspire Electric Concept SUV

Apr 19, 2018

Category: Rides

Making its global debut in China this month, Buick’s all-new Enspire electric SUV proves the once-faltering brand is back on its feet and ready to shake their previously sordid geriatric reputation. Clearly, the millennials have spoken, and Buick is here to appease the demand.

At its core, this all-electric SUV comes equipped with Buick’s electric propulsion technology boasting a power output of 410 kW that gets the concept to 60 mph in just 4 seconds while providing a range upwards of 370 miles on a single charge. Best of all, the SUV features fast wireless charging capabilities as well – reaching 80 percent of capacity in just 40 minutes. Inside, suspended theater-style seating featuring woodgrain armrests and microfiber suede can be found throughout the cabin while an OLED display screen and intelligent augmented reality head-up display system treats the driver to a one-of-a-kind experience behind the wheel. Not to mention the 5G super high-speed network that comes stock as well. Slated to go on display at Auto China 2018 near the end of April.

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