Patent drawings that appear to show the shape of the Infiniti Emerg-e range-extender have leaked
13 February 2012

These design drawings purport to show the Infiniti Emerg-e, the Japanese manufacturer’s new range-extender sports car concept that will be officially unveiled at the Geneva motor show next month.

The Infiniti Emerg-e – which has only been seen in teaser images so far – has not been formally identified as the car in these patent drawings, but elements of the design resemble what’s already been seen in three official teaser images issued by the car firm, primarily of the rear head lamp, D-pillar and front flank.

See leaked images of the Infiniti Emerg-e

The Emerg-e follows the 600bhp hybrid Infiniti Essence concept seen at Geneva in 2009 and the front-drive Etherea hatchback concept that was shown at the Swiss show last year.

The Emerg-e will also be the first mid-engined car made by Infiniti. The manufacturer is also plotting an all-electric saloon that is expected to break cover at the New York motor show in early April.

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13 February 2012

I do hope that at least the first two images are somehow very distorted as that might slightly excuse the unholy overstyled, out of proportion piece of grotesque automotive bling that this appears to be. Just my opinion..... :-)

13 February 2012

Set up by Vettel? Might turn out OK. Like an NSX by Infiniti. Could Renault
use this platform for anything?

14 February 2012

[quote curious_insider]

I do hope that at least the first two images are somehow very distorted as that might slightly excuse the unholy overstyled, out of proportion piece of grotesque automotive bling that this appears to be. Just my opinion..... :-)

[/quote]

I have to agree.

I know these are just computer generated images (and not very good one's at that) but it looks out of proportion and almost dated before it's launched.

Considering range extenders and EV's are the brave new world, they could have pointed the styling more in that direction too.

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

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