A new model that could make it through to production depending on the reaction it gets over the coming weeks and months and the costs involved in building and construction.

Infiniti has unveiled its electrically powered Emerg-E Concept at the Geneva Motor Show today. The concept, depending on the public and media reaction could make it to production.

Power is provided by a combination of a Lotus-derived 1.2-liter, three-cylinder petrol engine and two electric motors. It can drive up to 30 miles on electric power alone, but it can go 10 times as far with the range extending petrol engine. Each of the electric motors produces 201bhp (150 kW / 204 PS) whilst the 1.2-liter engine adds an additional 47 bhp (35 kW / 48 PS).

The design has been derived by the design language that was first seen in the Essence Concept from 2009 and more recently in the Etherea from last year.

If the sports car does get green lighted for production, we should expect a target price of around $150,000 with the majority of sales set to be completed in Europe. The Japanese and U.S. markets would also be in the mix.

For full details on Inifniti's latest concept, check out the press release below.

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