The Buick Enspire concept is a 557 hp electric SUV crammed with technology and debuts in China
By: Fedora Atjeh | April 19, 2018
|The Buick Enspire concept is a 557 hp electric SUV crammed with technology, and debuts in China|
The Chinese market is becoming more and more important for many car manufacturers, being already fundamental for some, and that is why the General Motors Buick firm has decided to present its latest prototype, the electric Buick Enspire concept, in the Hall of Beijing
This all-electric SUV will be on display in the hall of the Chinese capital between April 25 and May 4, and it is a look at what the future holds for Buick in terms of exterior and interior design, as well as in terms of innovation technology refers.
Aesthetically, this Buick Enspire concept looks more aggressive than the current models of the range, although it is true that it does have some relationship with what the American house offers today. Highlight the stylized LED headlights, the high waistline or a look for the rear pillar that seems to turn this SUV into a coupe.
The most important thing, however, is inside. It promises a simple and spacious design, with luxurious materials such as wood or suede microfiber, but with a great prominence of multimedia thanks to a huge OLED screen, to the use of augmented reality (which in view of the image aims to convert the windshield in a gigantic Head-Up Display) or high-speed 5G connectivity.
100% electric in addition
Under the striking body of the Enspire is the eMotion electric propulsion system of the American manufacturer, whose two engines generate a combined power of 410 kW (557 hp). Thanks to this figure, and a maximum torque that although not announced will be very generous, this SUV promises an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in just over 4 seconds.
In addition, and although Buick has not advanced the capacity of the batteries, we know that the autonomy is around 600 km (595 specifically) and that the prototype is compatible with both fast recharge and charging systems without cables or induction. They promise an 80% recharge in approximately 40 minutes.