Buick Bengal

The Buick Bengal was a concept car introduced by Buick at the 2001 North American International Auto Show. The Bengal was designed to be a sporty crossover SUV with a futuristic look, featuring gull-wing doors and a retractable roof. The vehicle was designed by Shizuo Takashino, who was also responsible for the design of the Buick Rendezvous.

The exterior of the Bengal was characterized by its bold and aggressive styling, featuring sharp lines and curves that gave it a sporty and futuristic appearance. The vehicle was painted in a vibrant orange color, which helped to highlight its unique design features.

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Inside, the Bengal featured a high-tech interior with a range of advanced features, including a touch-screen interface for the vehicle’s audio and climate control systems, as well as a heads-up display that projected important information onto the windshield.

Under the hood, the Bengal was powered by a hybrid powertrain that combined a 3.4-liter V6 engine with an electric motor, which provided improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions compared to traditional gasoline-powered vehicles.

Despite generating a lot of excitement when it was unveiled, the Buick Bengal never made it into production, and the concept car remains a one-of-a-kind design study that showcases Buick’s commitment to innovation and design.

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