Although it didn’t reveal very many details, Infiniti has promised to go electric from 2021.

The Japanese automaker plans to introduce new models with electrified powertrains from 2021, with plans to launch its first pure-electric vehicle in the same year. The goal is to have electrified vehicles comprise more than half of the company’s global sales by 2025.

Speaking at the Automotive News World Congress, Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa shared the news, with the company adding that “customers can expect beautifully designed vehicles like the Q Inspiration concept shown in Detroit, with a whole new level of electrified driving performance as an evolution of Infiniti’s current powertrains.”

Look for Infiniti to offer a mix of pure electric vehicles and e-Power vehicles, while also borrowing technologies from parent company Nissan. Infiniti’s proprietary e-Power technology features a small gasoline engine that charges a high-output battery, which eliminates the necessity of an external charging source. It provides the convenience of refueling with gasoline, while offering the same driving experience as a pure electric vehicle.

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