No, Infiniti Is NOT Going All-Electric In 2021

Sal Collaziano

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Oct 22, 2007
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Royal Palm Beach, Florida
Infiniti's is the latest in a string of terribly worded press releases that have us doing facepalms.


Infiniti is just the latest Automaker to produce a misleading U.S.-market press release giving the impression the company is moving to all-electric vehicles. Its press release today is titled, "Infiniti to Go Electric From 2021." That headline would lead a reader to think that in just two model years (yes, 2019s are being announced this very month), Infiniti would be selling a fleet consisting entirely of all-electric cars. Read the rest of the press release and that is not the case. At all.

Rather, Infiniti is planning to introduce some new models that are battery-electric, meaning fully-electric vehicles, and also will have hybrids, which it calls e-Power vehicles. Chevy did this in 2013. Toyota and Ford did it in 2012. Tesla has had nothing but purely electric vehicles since 2012. Infiniti must be feeling left out.

No, Infiniti Is NOT Going All-Electric In 2021