Buick is transitioning to an all-electric lineup, and to give you a glimpse of the future.

A stylish concept automobile with a retro moniker was introduced by the General Motors division.

The Buick Wildcat EV concept stands in sharp contrast to the brand's existing array of uninspiring SUVs.

It is a luxurious coupe, the type of vehicle for which Buick was formerly renowned. The design of the concept is slightly retro thanks to the low-mounted trapezoidal grille and turbine-like 18-inch wheels, but not overly so.

The design also features the first modification to the Buick logo since 1990.

According to Buick, the Wildcat EV also offers a Zen mode that blends aromatherapy, massage, and calming lighting, as well as artificial intelligence to understand the driver's preferences and biometrics for security.

In 1954, during the height of GM design, Buick introduced the Wildcat brand on a concept car.

During the 1960s, the Wildcat became one of Buick's mid-tier vehicles and was also utilised on a few later concept cars.

The Cadillac Lyriq will follow later this year, while the Chevrolet Silverado EV is expected to debut in 2024. 

 Production of the GMC Hummer EV only recently began. It is therefore high time Buick joined the EV party. ALSO READ : When will Netflix release Better Call Saul Season 6?