The Infiniti Emerg-e has been driven up Goodwood's hillclimb by Mark Webber at the Festival of Speed
14 June 2012

The first running prototype of the Infiniti Emerg-e was seen on the move for the first time at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Red Bull F1 racer Mark Webber drove the range-extended sports car.

The Emerg-e which is designed and built in the UK, was among three Infiniti models that made their way to the top of the iconic hill.

Sebastian Vettel was been confirmed as the driver for the Infiniti FX ‘Vettel Edition’. The show’s car was one of 50 bound for Europe and is lighter and more aerodynamic than the standard car. The 414bhp, £100,800 Vettel Edition is Infiniti’s most powerful and expensive model to date.

The Infiniti M35h hybrid was the third model to be confirmed for the hillclimb. Between runs, it was showcased in the FoS-Tech arena.

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14 June 2012

Hints of lotus design is evident

14 June 2012

Excellent to see another range extender type hybrid on the market, sometime soon'ish hopefully.

 

Hydrogen cars just went POP

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