Ready for the Infiniti Vision Qe EV sedan?
A brand new electrified sedan is just around the corner in the Infiniti Vision Qe EV sedan that was just recently unveiled by the Japanese automaker. Becoming the marque’s first EV, the sporty sedan can go into production as early as 2025.
Infiniti confirmed that its debut EV will be a four-door car. The Infiniti Vision Qe EV sedan’s design is unlike anything in the existing Infiniti portfolio, and it could alter perceptions of the brand both domestically and internationally. The car incorporates elements that Infiniti may use to differentiate its electric cars, such as a grille that extends down into the front fascia and light bars that run the width of the car from the front to the back.
It also sports the most recent iteration of Infiniti’s Artistry in Motion design language. The lightbars flash a sequence to greet the driver as they approach, showcasing a pattern that Infiniti calls “digital piano key” lighting. Three distinct Japanese philosophies served as inspiration for the car’s daring appearance, which aims to emanate speed and dynamism (Sho), communicate sophistication (Sui), and display a sense that’s out of the ordinary (Kabuku).
The metallic Shadow Blue paint job and gold trim help the Vision Qe’s ability to look both sleek and muscular. Large gold wheels with a geometric design reminiscent of an electric motor’s tightly wound coil complete the look.
Only on Tuesday was Infiniti prepared to reveal the exterior of the Vision Qe. The interior of the car wasn’t shown off, and we also don’t know anything about its drivetrain. That said, by 2030, the majority of the automaker’s electric vehicles will be produced on their CMF-EV platform.
For a closer look at the Infiniti Vision Qe EV sedan, check out the detailed photos below.