INFINITI ELECTRIC VEHICLES
wattEV2buy explores the Infiniti electric car strategy and list the Infiniti EV models, news, and sales as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market.
The Nissan luxury brand Infiniti foresees that over half of its vehicle sales will consist of electrified drivetrains. Infiniti is a latecomer to the EV trend and only plans to bring its first EV to market in 2021. Below is a picture of the Infiniti Inspiration Q concept vehicle presented by the automaker as one of the models to be equipped with an electrified drivetrain.
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THE INFINITI ELECTRIC CAR STRATEGY IN THE NEWS
2019 Week 1 - Digital reveal of Infiniti CUV
Infiniti digitally revealed the design of the pure electric crossover concept that it will unveil at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to be held from the 14th of January to the 27th of the month. See the image below and the cover image.
2018 Week 50 - Infiniti teases its EV Vision SUV
The Japanese auto brand Infiniti announced that it will unveil a pure electric concept SUV at the 2019 North American International Auto Show to be held in Detroit in January 2019. The CUV EV Concept will reflect the Nissan owned brand’s vision for its electrification strategy which will commence in 2021. Infiniti showcased its sedan vision car, the Inspiration Q, at the 2018 event and Prototype 10 at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d ’Elegance which showcased the company’s in-house developed EV platform.
“The concept car we will show in Detroit is the beginning of a new era for INFINITI, and an illustration of where we want to go with the brand. Electrification and other new technologies have given us the opportunity to evolve our design philosophy,” said Karim Habib, Executive Design Director, INFINITI.
2018 Week 38 - Infiniti to produce EV sedan in 2021
2018 Week 3 - Infiniti sets EV strategy
INFINITI, Nissan’s luxury brand sees that EVs will contribute more than half of its global sales by 2025. Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa announced at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit today this week that the Japanese automaker will launch its first EV in 2021. It is strange that Infiniti sees EVs to be such an important contributor to its sales yet its entry into the market only in 2021 makes it one of the latecomers to the sector signaling that it was not geared for the market change in the first place.
According to a press release by the company, INFINITI will offer a mix of pure electric vehicles (EV) and e-POWER vehicles, demonstrating the full range of low-emission vehicle technology. Infiniti unveiled the Q Inspiration Concept at the Detroit Auto Show as a future vision of what customers can expect from its new level of electrified driving performance. Other than announcing that the Infiniti Q Inspiration will have Nissan’s ProPILOT autonomous drive technology no specifications were released around the electrified drivetrain.
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