Buick Electra-X, Fisker PEAR, SpeedKore Hellucination: Today’s Car News



Buick is close to revealing a new electric SUV concept based on General Motors’ Ultium platform and battery technology. Called the Electra-X, the concept previews EVs bound for China, but some of its elements may feature on vehicles planned for the U.S.

Fisker has released the most revealing shot yet of its Project PEAR due in 2024. The vehicle is a compact urban runabout that will be priced from $29,900, and that’s before incentives.

Stellantis Design Chief Ralph Gilles teamed up with Wisconsin’s SpeedKore Performance Group to build the car of his dreams. The result is a 1968 Dodge Charger almost entirely made from carbon fiber and packing a 1,000-hp Hellephant V-8.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

Buick Electra-X concept previews upcoming Ultium-based EVs

Fisker Project PEAR teased: US-built EV promised in 2024 with $29,900 price tag

SpeedKore built a Hellephant-powered 1968 Charger for Stellantis’ design chief

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