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Infiniti's Prototype 9 electric car is very cool looking

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Infiniti's Prototype 9 electric car is very cool looking

Post by matthew1 » Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:45 pm

https://www.infinitiusa.com/infiniti-no ... ype-9.html

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The car is inspired by 1940s-era automotive designs, including those of Prince Motor, of which INFINITI can trace its origins.

Concept vehicle. Not available for sale.

The car’s welding, trim and chassis were built by master production engineers.

The car is fully electric, powered by a prototype electric motor and battery from the Advanced Powertrain Department.
It makes me want a second car, one for weekends. A small convertible.


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Re: Infiniti's Prototype 9 electric car is very cool looking

Post by 93Regina » Wed Sep 04, 2019 7:47 pm

matthew1 wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:45 pm
It makes me want a second car, one for weekends. A small convertible.
That would be too 'cool' in higher elevations. Years ago (early 1960s), with a 1956 Buick convertible, it was cool to drive around in front seat with top down, windows up, and heater on during winter months.

I've lost track, but a few years ago in UK, there was a kit type vehicle with a similar style...I can' recall if it was 3 or 4 wheel based.



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