Infiniti unveiled in Geneva 2011 Etherea concept

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The Japanese company Infiniti brought to the Geneva Motor Show 2011 concept car Etherea with an unusual body, which can be attributed to several classes. In fact, this one-volume hatchback with features and crossover sedan.
The car turned out very compact, with a length of just 4.4 meters. Today – this is the smallest model of the Infiniti ever produced by the company.
And this is the first in the history of the brand model with front-wheel drive. The movement causes Etherea 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 245 hp and working together with them a small electric motor that at low speeds allows pure electric drive. Torque is transmitted to the wheels through variator CVT.
The Infiniti are looking at a class of compact cars, so Infiniti Etherea in the future could become a production model, but it will happen no earlier than 2014. And look, of course, will simply: swing doors and no central reception to the pipeline are unlikely to survive.

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