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  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

  • Infiniti EMERG-E Concept teasers

Infiniti has named its plug-in hybrid electric concept car headed for the Geneva Motor Show in March the EMERG-E. The company says the vehicle will be a sports car with a range-extending 1.2-liter gasoline internal combustion engine. The powerplant will be mounted mid-ship for superior weight distribution, and the Japanese automaker promises the concept will offer impressive performance. It may or may not also run on rainbows.

Infiniti has released very few details beyond saying pure-electric range will be "respectable." The vehicle also promises zero-emission driving in most urban settings, so there's a good chance the concept will show off some advanced charging tech as well. The automaker is intent on making us wait until the vehicle's full unveil in Geneva before it drops any more clues, though a few more teaser images have surfaced to whet our appetite. Check them out in the gallery below.


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      DaveMart
      • 1 Month Ago
      It seems to fill Nissan's Sports slot, so the remaining mystery 4th vehicle is presumably one of the other alternatives.
      lne937s
      • 1 Month Ago
      It will be interesting to see what the final specs are. What we have seen so far is pretty slick. This is not part of Nissan's 4 EV's, but in addition to it. The compact Infiniti EV should be seen soon. After the e-NV200, it will be interesting to see what's next.
      throwback
      • 1 Month Ago
      I see quite a bit of the Porsche Cayman in that rear view.
      SpeedyRacer
      • 1 Month Ago
      If I were in the market for a RE-EV I would want it to be practical for longer vacation trips. Otherwise I would want a BEV for my daily commuting where range is not such an issue. Yet LEAF has the cabin space and cargo room that would make it suitable for longer trips, but is a BEV, for around town. This concept has the engine midships, where it will consume any cargo room, and is a low slung coupe. This seems backwards to me. Make the RE-EV more suitable for longer trips and the BEV for shorter ones.
      Dan Frederiksen
      • 1 Month Ago
      it's a kind of magic
      Sukairain
      • 1 Month Ago
      Infiniti version of Tesla with Range Extender motor? Interesting, that might be a niche that hasnt been filled yet.