Infiniti's Emerg-E Supercar's Official Photos Ahead Of Geneva Debut
Feb 27, 2012 13:21
Infiniti's new supercar concept's official pictures of the study has been leaked to the internet today. They've got 2 more weeks before its public debut at the 82nd Geneva International Motor Show. The pics are more rendering than they are of the actual model, but it looks breathtaking nonetheless.
The Japanese premium brand's study looks like its got a touch of some Italian finese to it. Infiniti has said that the Emerg-E will be propelled by a mid-mounted range-extender drivetrain comprising an electric motor and an internal combustion engine.
And since Geneva is just around the corner, we'll have to wait for more official pictures of its debut then for now. Unless it gets leaked again. Check out the rest in the gallery below:
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