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Infiniti wows with its latest electric car concept

If you build it, they will come. Infiniti was hoping to save the official unveil of its Emerg-E concept car until next week's Geneva auto show, but the company has been kneecapped twice by leaks.
Nearly two weeks ago, the design of the vehicle was leaked via design patent drawings submitted to The Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (OHIM). This weekend, however, The Full Monty was released in the form of official photos of the vehicle.
There isn't much to say about the official specs of the vehicle as we're still a week away from its official unveil, but it is known the that Emerg-E is a range-extended electric vehicle with a mid-mounted 1.2-liter gasoline engine to charge its batteries. Think of it as a Chevrolet Volt without the dumpy looks.
As for the styling of the Emerg-E, some say that it has a bit of Ferrari 458 Italia in its side profile and a bit of Lexus’ new “Predator” grille up front. However, the overall design of the vehicle should give the designers of the Acura NSX remake some sleepless nights.
For now, you can just ogle the pictures of Infiniti's supercar concept:

Source: CarScoop

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RE: looks like Camaro
By Camikazi on 2/26/2012 2:28:06 PM , Rating: 2
One person posts it looks like an Eclipse, another says it looks like a Camaro, these people need to get their eyes checked like right now.

RE: looks like Camaro
By JediJeb on 2/27/2012 10:55:54 AM , Rating: 2
Anyone also notice the photo is of a Right Side Drive vehicle?

RE: looks like Camaro
By Brandon Hill on 2/27/2012 11:08:29 AM , Rating: 2
Nissan is based out of Japan.... ;)

RE: looks like Camaro
By JediJeb on 2/28/2012 11:00:12 AM , Rating: 2
I always forget about Japan being one of those places. I know Japan, UK and Australia are right side drive, are there any others?

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