Buick officially entered a new phase after the launch of the Electra E5 in China, where the electric vehicle
has a test vehicle-inspired design Electra X, a stylish design with built-in doorknobs and an interesting
new Buick interface, and the vehicle is available with the company’s new logo “tri-shield” and 18 or 20 inch parts.
For size, Buick Electra E5 dimensions are 192.6 “length, 75” width, 65.2 “height, and are based on a 116.3” wheelbase.
The luxury Avenir version comes in a more glamorous exterior design with chromic detailing and a
front addition called “Crystal Diamond Digital.”
The car features
The car features larger changes inside, with the Avenir version having blue touches that vary with black to
give a “sober and noble” character as described by the company.
The luxury version includes Avenir logo threshold plates, a shamoah ceiling, microfiber fibres and embroidered head front seats.
The vehicle has a curved 30-inch display that combines a digital dashboard with an entertainment
information system, the screen features voice recognition and gesture technology as well as an “improved navigation update.”
Users can also access audio and visual content.
In addition to the screen, the car has a central controller, hidden air vents and an indoor lighting system
that includes 121 colors.
The vehicle features wood and metal details, front storage and 1658 litres of luggage storage.
Two batteries and a range of approximately 620km
The standard version comes in 68.4 kWh and offers a range of approximately 545 km, while the long
range version has a larger 79.7 kWh battery and increases the range to approximately 620 km.
When the battery level drops, the fast charger can charge it from 30-80% in about 28 minutes.
The performance specifications are slightly confusing, as the standard range model has a front-mounted
electric motor that generates 241 hp and 330 Nm of torque, allowing this new vehicle to accelerate from
0-100 km/h in 7.6 seconds.
While the car comes in a long-range version with a weaker 201-horsepower electric motor, it works with
a larger battery to provide a better range, while the kick-off time drops from 0-100 km/h to 8.6 seconds.
However, the maximum speed does not change and remains at 180km/h in both versions of the vehicle.
Customers looking for better performance can upgrade to Buick Electra E5 Avenir, which has a dual-wheel
total propulsion system that generates a total strength of up to 283 hp and 465 Nm of torque.
This version can reach 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds and walk 603 km thanks to a 79.7 kWh battery.
The new car starts at $30,412 and increases to $40,603 for Avenir’s long-range model.