The Japanese based automaker Infiniti is planning to put the Etherea Concept into production in a couple of years.
There isn’t an official statement saying that the Infiniti Etherea Concept will hit the production line over the next years, but according to the guys at such a vehicle, a new entry-level, has been hinted by the company. The model is rumored to be a production version of the Etherea Concept, which was first seen at the Geneva Motor Show, and this vehicle has the tough job of changing people’s perception on the brand and attracting younger customers into these cars.
Initial rumors were saying that the new Infiniti premium compact car will share the same MFA platform used by Mercedes-Benz on the brand new A-Class and B-Class, and it should be based on the Etherea concept car. Approximately 60,000 units of the new model should be produced annually, at the Sunderland facility, in England, but an investment will have to be made into the plant before production could kick off. Additional details on Infiniti’s new model are limited for the moment and will probably be announced sometimes next year, or even in 2015.