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Infiniti’s Electrifying Vision: The Future of Luxury Sedans and SUVs

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In the world of electric vehicles, Infiniti has been a bit of a latecomer. However, the Japanese luxury brand is making up for lost time by unveiling the stunning Vision Qe electric concept sedan at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show. While many automakers are diving into the SUV market, Infiniti took a bold step by introducing a luxurious electric sedan, setting a new direction for the brand.

The Vision Qe is a masterpiece of design, a modern homage to Infiniti’s legacy. Jose Roman, global head of the Infiniti brand, explained, “We decided to present the sedan because it represents our heritage. It’s a homage to the brand with the previous sedan that we had. Remember the Q45? This is a homage to that.”

Kudos to Alfonso Albaisa, senior vice president of global design at Nissan Motor Corp., and the Infiniti design team for crafting this sleek concept car. Visually, the Vision Qe is a dynamic and attractive vehicle with distinctive styling cues. The front end of the Vision Qe bids farewell to Infiniti’s trademark double-arched grille, embracing a new, EV-inspired design. Lighting takes center stage on EVs, with Infiniti introducing its “digital piano key” lights that run across the front of the vehicle, illuminated in a brilliant shade of gold. The piano key tail lamps extend the full width of the rear, giving the car a muscular and athletic stance. The front end proudly features Infiniti’s new three-dimensional logo flanked by slender headlights.

The exterior boasts a beautiful “Shadow Blue” color, with gold highlights that shimmer and transform based on the viewing angle and lighting conditions. Inside, this deep blue and gold theme continues, creating a sophisticated and timeless ambiance. Much like the Cadillac Lyriq electric SUV, the Vision Qe welcomes the driver with an animated sequence when approached with the key fob in hand.

Infiniti’s first production EV is set to roll off the assembly line at Nissan Motor Company’s Canton, Mississippi plant. Nissan has invested a substantial $500 million to transform this facility into the North American hub for electric vehicle production. This investment will give rise to two all-new EVs, one under the Infiniti brand and the other under Nissan, both expected to hit production lines in the coming years.

But that’s not all – Infiniti has exciting plans on the horizon. They’ve confirmed their intent to launch three additional vehicles as part of a comprehensive brand refresh. In the world of electric mobility, they’re introducing a new all-electric SUV called the Vision QXe concept. Although details and photos are yet to be shared, it’s expected to carry the same sleek and stylish design cues with distinctive lighting accents, all packaged in a practical crossover SUV body.

The other two upcoming Infiniti models include the next-generation QX80 flagship full-size SUV, arriving next year, and a new QX65 crossover coupe set to debut later on. The QX Monograph concept, a three-row QX80 SUV, was showcased at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, hinting at the model’s bold exterior design. Inside, it’s expected to offer rich materials, cutting-edge technology, and a more spacious cabin for all passengers.

In this exciting journey toward electrification, Vision Qe stands as a testament to the brand’s dedication to a sustainable, luxurious, and thrilling future. Infiniti’s late entry into the electric vehicle arena is set to make a significant impact, resonating with enthusiasts and luxury car aficionados across the globe.

As we look ahead to the electrifying future of Infiniti, the Vision Qe embodies the brand’s commitment to luxury, style, and innovation. With this sleek sedan leading the charge, it’s clear that Infiniti’s vision for the electric future is one we can all eagerly anticipate.