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After years of false starts, it appears that Nissan's Infiniti division will finally launch a production electric car in 2019 and debut it as a concept in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Details at this point are scant, but Infiniti Executive Design Director Alfonsa Albaisa told Autocar the EV would be an all-new electric-only vehicle based on a new platform. Citing the company's grand prix-inspired Prototype 9 racecar concept that was shown a few weeks ago at Pebble Beach, Albaisa said consumers would see "parts of the car in a different context" on the concept EV.
Not exactly an electric game changer.
Hiroto Saikawa has only been chief executive of Japanese car group Nissan for a handful of months, but already he has distanced himself from his boss. Lofty predictions of Carlos Ghosn, the chairman of ...