Buick's Electra is back after a 30-year hiatus — but as an electric crossover SUV for the Chinese market. The top model in the Buick lineup since its introduction in 1959, the Electra name carries a lot of history, and just so happens to be perfect for the sculpted, fully-electric concept. Outside of the familiar grille shape and tri-shield logo, the Electra is nothing like Buick's current models. The four doors open scissor-style, with the rears reverse-hinged, allowing wide-open access to the interior. The drivetrain uses GM's Ultima battery tech, with an estimated 400 miles on a single charge and 583 horsepower on tap. While GM says the Electra is only a concept and isn't planned for the US, it would be a real disappointment to never see the Electra on American roads.