Buick is moving into stylish electric vehicles and this rendering imagines what a future coupe-crossover from a car manufacturer might look like if given the green light for production.
General Motors Design posted this picture on Instagram. It was created by designer Geoff Richmond in 2018 and although it did not create any production variants, it has some similarities with recent Buick concepts, such as the Electra concept from 2020 and the new Electra-X unveiled for the Chinese market.
Decorated in shades of blue, the coupe-crossover is shaped like a smooth hourglass and has a two-door. When taking pictures from the side only, we can see that there is a pair of LED headlights on the front end and a relatively small front overhang.
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The curvature of the hood is also quite attractive and flows uninterruptedly on the windshield, which looks like the things used in Koenigseggs. Richmond obviously wanted to give the coupe-crossover cabin a very light and airy feel and so he decorated it with an oval panoramic glass roof.
Other highlights of the car design include large silver and black wheels and high tailgate. We can also see a boomerang-shaped LED taillight and a pronounced diffuser.
Although this exact car did not hit the production line, Buick is preparing several exciting new cars for different markets. For example, the recently unveiled Buick Wildcat EV concept previews the brand’s future design direction while the Electra-X concept allows Chinese customers to see what the future crossover of the Buick might look like.