Infiniti has teased its upcoming concept car, likely to be named the Etherea, that it will be launching in Geneva, but it’s just a graphic depicting the profile line. As is the usual, there are no details yet of the vehicle, but the concept looks to strongly suggest that a small production coupe or hatch from the company is inbound.

The company had already intimated the arrival of the car sometime late last year. “Infiniti is currently examining concepts for a luxury performance car that will fit below the current G Line,” said its senior vice president Andy Palmer. “Like every Infiniti, it will be completely different to anything currently offered by our rivals.”

The company adds that the design will take the Japanese performance brand down a new road, to a new future. The rumour mill has it that the car might wear a Mercedes 1.8 litre CGI pot, making it the first big outing resulting from the partnership between Nissan-Renault and Daimler.