As per reports, it has been revealed that Nissan unveiled its first all-electric vehicle Infiniti at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The car is a complete sedan and gives an impression of being Nissan brand. Nissan officials said that they have designed the car keeping in the mind that it reflects luxury and not economy.
Though the car has been unveiled, it will not reach to Infiniti dealers before two years. Nissan officials said that this much time is needed as they are working on introducing the Nissan Leaf five-door hatchback and are also working on the LE Concept, which is equivalent to 24-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery.
Nissan officials said about the car, “Empowers you, without overpowering you – though the temptation is always there to leave drivers in the next lane behind”. In addition, it has also been found that the 2014 Infiniti LE will be developed in Nissan's assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee and the production for the same will start in December. The car is 186 inches long, and is equivalent to Infiniti G sedan. In addition, it has low-rolling-resistance tires which have 19-inch alloy wheels.
Its seats are made up of a suede-and-mesh fabric and also have sides of semi-aniline leather.
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