Infiniti's Detroit Auto Show debut is the electric QX Inspiration concept

A first look at Infiniti's first electric SUV concept

A first look at Infiniti's first electric SUV

Infiniti revealed the design of its first electric crossover - but not much else.

At the 2019 North American International Auto Show, Infiniti will unveil QX Inspiration Concept.

Eight years after Nissan launched the Leaf electric vehicle, its luxury arm Infiniti is finally the verge of following it down the battery-powered path.

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Without any sort of powertrain or range details to go on, not to mention the fact that this is purely a concept auto, we can't speak much to the "high-performance" or "complete range confidence" aspects. It supports Infiniti's planned pushed towards electrification set to begin from 2021. New technology gives the opportunity to evolve the company's design philosophy.

"QX Inspiration is the beginning of a new era for Infiniti, and an illustration of where we want to go with the brand", said in a statement Karim Habib. In the case of the QX Inspiration concept, the cabin has been hand-crafted using traditional techniques and a choice of materials inspired by a subtle Japanese sensuality. The concept will also feature a range of driver assists and connected interior technology, but no further details were released.

According to the company, the QX Inspiration has a "refreshed form language", and like the Q Inspiration sedan before it, points the way towards "the brand's electrified future". And in August, the automaker showed off the Prototype 10, an electrified single-seat speedster concept.

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