|Manufacturer||Infiniti, division of Nissan Motors|
|Body and chassis|
|Wheelbase||2,623.8 mm (103.3 in)|
|Length||4,462.8 mm (175.7 in)|
|Width||1,953.3 mm (76.9 in)|
|Height||1,219.2 mm (48.0 in)|
|Kerb weight||1,610 kg (3,550 lb)|
It is based on the Lotus Evora platform and the hybrid powertrain shown in 2012 as the Lotus 414E concept car. The Emerg-E has two electric motors, one powering each rear wheel, producing a total of 402 bhp (300 kW; 408 PS) with 738 lb·ft (1,001 N·m) of torque, and providing acceleration to 60 mph in four seconds. The Emerg-E has a 30 miles (48.3 km) electric-only range, after which a small 47 bhp (35 kW; 48 PS) three-cylinder 1.2 L (1198 cc) petrol engine kicks in to recharge the lithium-ion battery pack. The car can also be plugged in to recharge.
The project was part-funded by the British government sponsored Technology Strategy Board, and involved Nissan UK's Cranfield technical centre and other British suppliers including Lola, Castlet Ltd ( Formally Amberjac batteries) and Xtrac transmissions.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Infiniti Emerg-e.|
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