After premiering at the Geneva Auto Show earlier this year, the 2012 Infiniti Emerg-E concept car continues to turn heads and raise interest in car enthusiasts everywhere. With its sleek design and more-than-impressive performance specs, the electric hybrid sports car is a feat in innovative auto manufacturing.
The 2012 Infiniti Emerg-E concept car is loaded with enough performance features to make even the staunchest gearheads think twice about an electric hybrid. At just 4.6 meters in length, it's not very big; however, the Emerg-E is equipped with two rear electric motors (and a backup three cylinder) that churn out a massive 402 horsepower and a top speed of 130 mph. That’s huge. Its aerodynamics are impressive too, with only a 0.34 drag coefficiency. Finally, this rear-wheel drive sports car can do 0-60 mph in four seconds flat.
For a hybrid sports car, the 2012 Infiniti Emerg-E concept is more steak than sizzle.
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