Infiniti Emerg-e versus Honda NSX
G. The Infiniti Emerg-e will look rimmed towards its viewers - slit-shaped headlights and the new Infiniti radiator grille do not necessarily make for an endearing face. But the Emerg-e should not fulfill this attribute at all. The lightweight electric athlete prefers to roam around the houses with other playmates such as the upcoming Honda NSX or even the Audi R8 E-Tron.
In terms of design, the Infiniti bolide also has what it takes. The short but heavily contoured bonnet merges into an almost dome-shaped windshield. The glass roof with solar modules is low, the overhangs short, wild corrugations extend from the radiator to the chubby rear flank. There the Infiniti Emerg-e not only houses wide sports bikes, but also a crisp rear end with narrow and wide lights and an apron with a diffuser.
Range extender for the Emerg-e
However, the patent office pictures can reveal little about the drive. The air inlets on the roof and the sides suggest a mid-engine configuration. Rear-wheel drive should be trendy. The electric motor is presumably supported by a conventional 1.2-liter gasoline engine as a range extender.