BUICK ENSPIRE CONCEPT EV
wattev2buy explores the BUICK Enspire Concept EV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. Buick unveiled the Enspire Concept EV at a company event in April 2018. The concept EV is developed with its JV partner SIAC in Wuzhen, Zhejiang China. The Enspire has an array of cutting-edge connectivity technologies that include an OLED display screen and an intelligent augmented reality technology-based head-up display system. It also adopts the 5G super-high-speed network concept.
BUICK ENSPIRE CONCEPT EV SPECS
BUICK ENSPIRE CONCEPT EV SALES
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THE BUICK ENSPIRE CONCEPT EV IN THE NEWS
Week 15 2018 - GM teases Enspire ahead of unveil
GMs Buick brand announced that it would showcase the new all-electric concept, the Enspire SUV, in Beijing a week after its launch during the Buick Brand Night on April 17 in Wuzhen, Zhejiang.
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