A Buick electric crossover prototype has been photographed undergoing road tests, signaling that the General Motors brand is nearing the start of its transformation to a zero-emissions lineup.
The heavily camouflaged electric vehicle, spotted in southeast Michigan, looks similar in size to the Chevrolet Blazer EV or Equinox EV that GM revealed this year. The prototype appears to share styling elements with the Buick Electra-X crossover concept that GM introduced in China in June, notably the headlight layout.
A spokesman for Buick declined to comment on future products. Buick spokesman Mikhael Farah said Buick “will have an all-electric portfolio in North America by the end of the decade, with our first EV arriving in showrooms in 2024. Buick’s future EV products will carry the Electra name, drawing inspiration from Buick’s history while appropriately positioning it toward a zero-emissions future.”