General Motors unveiled the Buick Wildcat EV Concept last year, showing off a futuristic design study intended as inspiration for Buick’s future production models. With a striking design inside and out, the Buick Wildcat EV Concept is dressed the impress. Now, we’re getting another look at the Buick Wildcat EV Concept, this time out in the real world thanks to the following GM Authority photo gallery.
Captured at the Amelia Island Concours held earlier this year in Florida, the Buick Wildcat EV Concept presents a future-leaning look at Buick’s forthcoming models, including both it’s all-electric vehicles, as well as some of its ICE-powered models. Clearly, the concept was captivating enough to draw something of a crowd.
The design incorporates thin, sharply angled headlight housings that draw back from the hoodline into the fenders and down into the front wheel arches. Although this concept was intended as an electric vehicle, the front end maintains what appears to be a front air intake with a large grille design made up of horizontally oriented slats. The grille is bracketed by large fin-like protrusions around the edges of the front bumper, while the new Buick logo is shown front and center.
The Buick Wildcat EV Concept was the first vehicle to show off the new Buick Tri Shield badge, which includes red, white, and blue coloring against silver shields set in an even horizontal line. The new Buick Tri Shield badge is now in use in the brand’s latest production vehicles.
The profile of the Buick Wildcat EV Concept shows an almost hatch-like roof line, which sweeps downwards at a gentle slop into a squared-off rear end. Large, fan-like wheels sit in the corners, showing off a polished finish.
The interior was also shown off, with a wide, horizontally oriented infotainment screen, flat-bottom steering wheel, and crisp white upholstery.