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Infiniti is hard at work preparing its future lineup, and it's using the power of electricity in an attempt to restore itself to its former glory. While the next generation of the gas-powered QX80 has already been previewed the QX Monograph concept this past summer, we're now getting a look at what's in store even farther ahead with the fully electric Vision Qe.


This concept will eventually spawn a production version, as it's one of the two electric sedans that Nissan plans to begin producing at its Canton, Mississippit plant from 2025 onward. The other is expected to be the battery-powered successor to the Nissan Maxima.





The Vision Qe goes beyond simply previewing the electric sedan we'll be seeing in 2025, however, as it also debuts Infiniti's completely new design direction, which it calls "Artistry in Motion." The updated philosophy will be applied to all of Infiniti's electric models going forward, combining flowing lines with edgy details at the front and back. For this concept in particular, Infiniti used the Japanese concepts of Kabuku, or a "sense of the extraordinary," Sho, which represents "speed, dynamism, and movement," and Sui, which alludes to details that bring "sophistication and purity."





Up front, the Vision Qe features the same "piano key" lighting elements as what we saw on the QX Monograph, though they're sharper and more intricate in this iteration. The front lighting also plays a part in the highly evolved take on Infiniti's double-arch grille, which has been adapted for the electric era. It connects the piano key lighting with an illuminated, razor-like front lip, which results in a look that resembles Infiniti's three-dimensional logo. The rest of the concept is finished in Shadow Blue exterior paint, which shifts in tone based on lighting conditions. Infiniti promises that the Qe's aerodynamic fastback shape will deliver plenty of range and respectable performance, though we won't be seeing any official numbers until the production version breaks cover.




Once it reaches production, the Qe will be setting its sights on the likes of the Tesla Model S, which means it should deliver plenty in the way of performance. For now, the Vision Qe will be showcased at Infiniti's headquarters in Yokohama, Japan from November 2023.


Has your hope in Infiniti been restored?

Image Credits: Infiniti
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Oct 27, 2023
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Infiniti Provides A Glimpse Of Its Electrified Future With Vision Qe Concept

The battery-powered concept is making its debut at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show.

Infiniti is hard at work preparing its future lineup, and it's using the power of electricity in an attempt to restore itself to its former glory. While the next generation of the gas-powered QX80 has already been previewed the QX Monograph concept this past summer, we're now getting a look at what's in store even farther ahead with the fully electric Vision Qe.


This concept will eventually spawn a production version, as it's one of the two electric sedans that Nissan plans to begin producing at its Canton, Mississippit plant from 2025 onward. The other is expected to be the battery-powered successor to the Nissan Maxima.





The Vision Qe goes beyond simply previewing the electric sedan we'll be seeing in 2025, however, as it also debuts Infiniti's completely new design direction, which it calls "Artistry in Motion." The updated philosophy will be applied to all of Infiniti's electric models going forward, combining flowing lines with edgy details at the front and back. For this concept in particular, Infiniti used the Japanese concepts of Kabuku, or a "sense of the extraordinary," Sho, which represents "speed, dynamism, and movement," and Sui, which alludes to details that bring "sophistication and purity."





Up front, the Vision Qe features the same "piano key" lighting elements as what we saw on the QX Monograph, though they're sharper and more intricate in this iteration. The front lighting also plays a part in the highly evolved take on Infiniti's double-arch grille, which has been adapted for the electric era. It connects the piano key lighting with an illuminated, razor-like front lip, which results in a look that resembles Infiniti's three-dimensional logo. The rest of the concept is finished in Shadow Blue exterior paint, which shifts in tone based on lighting conditions. Infiniti promises that the Qe's aerodynamic fastback shape will deliver plenty of range and respectable performance, though we won't be seeing any official numbers until the production version breaks cover.




Once it reaches production, the Qe will be setting its sights on the likes of the Tesla Model S, which means it should deliver plenty in the way of performance. For now, the Vision Qe will be showcased at Infiniti's headquarters in Yokohama, Japan from November 2023.


Has your hope in Infiniti been restored?

Image Credits: Infiniti

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