Infiniti Is Going Electric

Starting in 2021 Infiniti will be offering electrified powertrains on its new models. It will also release its first pure electric vehicle in the same year. With an emphasis on low-emission technology, Infiniti is developing a full range of new technology with a mix of pure electric and e-POWER vehicles.

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To bridge the gap between now and 2021 Infiniti has also introduced breakthrough VC-Turbo technology shown in its Q inspiration concept car. This is the world’s first production-ready variable compression ratio engine. It provides turbocharged gasoline power with the torque and efficiency of a hybrid or diesel engine. It is able to constantly adjust its compression ratio to optimize power and fuel efficiency.

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In the race to go electric, Infiniti presents its proprietary e-POWER technology. This uses a small gasoline engine that charges a high-output battery. No need to find a specialized electric charging station. This provides the convenience of refueling with gasoline while offering the same driving experience as a pure electric vehicle.

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Infiniti expects more than half its global sales to be comprised of electric vehicles by 2025. No matter if it is powered by gas, hybrid, e-POWER, or pure electric you will be relieved to know that if you need genuine Infiniti parts or accessories to dress up or personalize your vehicle we have you taken care of at InfinitiPartsPeople.com. We offer low prices, secure online shopping, and fast affordable shipping from an authorized Infiniti dealer.

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