Infiniti has introduced an EMERG-E prototype at the Goodwood Festival of Speed with Red Bull racing F1 driver Mark Webber behind the steeringwheel. The car was previewed by the concept and the prototype is based on the Lotus Evora and uses a range-extended electric powertrain that was "specially developed for [the] EMERG-E." The latter part is a bit dubious, as the Lotus Evora 414E Hybrid also uses the same mechanicals as the EMERG-E.

The engine is from Evora 414E Hybrid delivering 408HP (300 kW). 0-100 km/h in 4 seconds and a top speed of 209 km/h (130 mph). The car can travel up 48 km (30 miles) on electricity alone

The company hasn't confirmed plans to build a production model, but hinted the EMERG-E "provides an exciting glimpse into Infiniti's future."

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Source: WCF via Youtube