A little over a year ago, General Motors applied for the “Electra” trademark, which would go to the name of a vehicle. Considering the nature of the name, it’s anticipated that the Electra would be a Buick with some sort of electric drivetrain. The Electra was also the name carried by a full-sized Buick vehicle for over thirty years, between 1959 and 1990.
Perhaps more significantly, an early design study of the Buick Riviera Concept features that very name — Electra — stamped in its license plate frame, as found in a CarBodyDesign gallery. We would say that Electra was perhaps an early name for the concept, as well, but the GM trademark is still live. The anticipation continues.
H/T to Marcus!