Auto China 2018: GM unveils Buick Enspire all-electric concept SUV
At the Auto China 2018 event held in Beijing this week, General Motors (GM) took the wraps off a stunning new all-electric concept SUV --- the Buick Enspire. The beautiful Buick Enspire all-electric concept SUV unveiled by GM is being touted as a vehicle equipped with a battery pack capable of allowing a range of “up to 370 miles” on a single charge.
According to the noteworthy electric powertrain specifications shared by the automaker, the Buick Enspire all-electric concept SUV boasts a 410 kW motor which enables the vehicle to achieve acceleration from zero to 60 mph in barely 4 seconds.
Despite the fact that the mentioned specifications of Buick Enspire all-electric concept SUV are quite impressive, it must be noted that, as of now, it is merely a concept vehicle.
Nonetheless, along with the specifications, Buick has also listed some impressive “experience features” of the all-electric concept SUV. The automaker has revealed that the vehicle has a ‘strong and sculptural exterior’ accentuated by advanced aerodynamics; and a ‘surround skyline’ theme for its spacious interior. In addition, the vehicle also features suspended theatre-type seating, 5G super high-speed network concept, an OLED display screen, a head-up display system based on intelligent augmented reality (AR) technology, and other cutting-edge technologies.
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