Buick Unveils Electra L And LT Cutting-Edge Electric Concepts With Unique Styling

by AutoExpert   |  26 April, 2024

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At the 2024 Beijing Auto Show, Buick debuted the Electra L and Electra LT, two stunning concept cars that are now available in China. A medium-sized sedan, the Electra L takes a different form from its sibling, the Electra LT, which is a raised wagon with a shooting brake.

The GM Ultium architecture serves as the foundation for both models. With dimensions comparable to those of the BMW i5, Mercedes EQE, and Tesla Model S, the Electra L stands at 198.3 inches tall and rides on a 118.1 inch wheelbase.

Buick Electra-L

The 2022 Buick Wildcat concept served as an inspiration for the outer design, but this production version is more streamlined and polished. The Electra L is easily identifiable because of the turbine-style alloy wheels and spread-wing LED graphics that decorate the sculpted front bumper. To top it all off, the Electra L has hidden door handles and mirror-replacing cameras, which contribute to its sleek design.

Meanwhile, the Electra LT concept is a more daring variant of the sedan in a raised sports wagon body. The Electra LT has aerodynamic roof racks that can hold bikes, skis, and surfboards, as well as titanium metal armor wheels and covert fender extensions. It also has an adjustable air suspension that can raise the vehicle up to 1.6 inches of ground clearance whenever the driver wants it to.

Buick Electra-L

In the meantime, there's the Electra LT idea, which is a more daring version of the sports wagon but with a higher roof. The LT has a sleek roof box that can hold a variety of items, including skis, surfboards, bicycles, and more, as well as wheels made of titanium metal armor and little fender extensions. In addition, it has an adjustable air suspension system that may increase the vehicle's ground clearance by 1.6 inches.

Decorated with eco-friendly suede-like fabric in purple and white, the interior has four separate zero-gravity seats with Surflex cushions. The dashboard is adorned with a panoramic head-up display and a digital cockpit that is floating and slightly curved.

Moreover, the glovebox tucks a passenger screen when not in use. A single electric motor installed at the back of both concept cars generates 342 horsepower, and they are both based on the General Motors Ultium design.

Buick Electra-L

Buick claims a range of more than 435 miles when operating under CLTC regulations, despite not disclosing the battery capacity. The release date of the Buick Electra L or LT manufacturing models in China remains unannounced. 

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