Earlier this week at the New York Auto Show, Nissan took the wraps off their Infiniti LE Concept. Now if you liked what you saw, the good news is that the Infiniti LE Concept is one of the few concept cars that will actually be going into production. According to Nissan, 85% of the prototype’s design will be making its way into the final product and it will be based on the Nissan Leaf, reportedly the top-selling electric vehicle worldwide.
What this means is that if you were to get your hands on the Infiniti, you can expect an electric vehicle powered by a 24kWh lithium ion battery that will give you a range of about 100 miles (161 kilometers). The vehicle will also feature a new infotainment system that is a collaboration between Intel and Nissan and will be powered by Intel’s Atom processor. No word on when we will be able to see the Nissan Infiniti electric sedan hit the roads, but Nissan has mentioned that they are hoping to accomplish this within the next two years. So, any takers?
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