The Tesla Motors has officially unveiled a new sport-utility vehicle, the ‘Infination’.
It will debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in February.
The Infination sports car will have a body-on-frame (BOM) body, but will be powered by a 2.0-litre lithium-ion battery pack.
It is designed to have an output of around 310 kW (470hp) and range of up to 230km (124 miles).
The Infinity sports car was designed to compete against Tesla’s Model S and Model X.
The vehicle has been developed by Tesla Motors and is set to debut at its Geneva Motor Fair.
The company has also announced that it will be launching a new version of the Model X, dubbed the ‘SX-3’, in 2019.
The ‘Infinite’ sports car is being developed by a company called Mavic.
Mavics boss Andreas Pessl has said that the Infination will be the first car in the family to be produced using a BOM body.
The Mavica team will build the Infinity.
The vehicle will have an overall length of 7,250mm (2,400 inches), with the front end weighing 1,200kg (3,300lbs) and the rear 7,000kg (2.3m).