Infiniti Prototype 10 Concept
The Infiniti Prototype 10 concept e-speedster is Infiniti Executive Design Director Karim Habib's design debut with the brand. It is also the sickest Infiniti I've seen since the J30 came out in 1993. Dude. I f-loved that car. My 7th grade girlfriend's dad drove one, and one time he picked us up from the movies after working late and when I asked him what the bright pink stuff all over his collar was he told me I could drive the J30 home if I never spoke of his collar again.
With the Prototype 10, Infiniti has taken elements from the classic speedster, such as the car's low layout, long bonnet, open cockpit, "off-the-line acceleration and pulse-racing speeds," and fed them into an electric powertrain and more modern geometric lines. The latter culminate in an outstanding shark fin behind the driver's seat. Infiniti calls the Prototype 10 "a bold representation of the way Infiniti vehicles may look in the future."
Hear that, Sharknado franchise?
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