Infiniti has reveal their new EMERG-E concept at this year’s Geneva International Auto Show. It’s been awhile after the leaked images that was released by Infiniti several weeks ago. In Geneva, we can get a clear view and more additional information about the Infiniti EMRGE-E concept.
Built upon an extruded aluminum chassis, the Infiniti EMERG-E concept also comes with carbon fiber panels which result the concept has 3,523 pounds in weighs. This sports car concept is 4,464 mm in length, 1,219 mm in height, and 1,954 mm in width.
Along with the carbon fiber panels, Infiniti has provides the EMERG-E concept with a touch-screen display, sport bucket seats, and various lights on its interior. However, there’s a double-wishbone suspension system and powerful brakes is provided too by the company.
Infiniti EMERG-E concept is able to output 300 kW (402 bhp) at 3,500 rpm and 1,000 Nm of torque at 2,500 rpm with the help of twin electric motors. There’s one more power source which coming from a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that outputs 35 kW between 1,500 and 4,000 rpm. Infiniti says that the EMERG-E concept will have a 55g/km of CO2 emissions and gets 0-60 mph in 4.0 seconds acceleration time.
The twin electric motors is used when the car has not reached 30 miles due to the maximum limit of fully charged Lithium-ion phosphate batteries. But when the car reached more than 30 miles, then the gasoline engine will be used as the range-extender. With the gasoline engine, the concept can runs for up to 300 miles.