Infiniti's Project Black S is laying out the path for their future as an all-electric car manufacturer. The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is starting to bear fruit, with Renault's F1 technology beginning to filter down in the form of dual MGU-H and -K units on the Project Black S, pushing output of the twin-turbo VR30 V6 engine to 563 horsepower over the stock VR30s 400. The MGU-H uses exhaust gases from the turbo to capture energy from acceleration, with the MGU-K recovers energy from braking. The F1 tech doesn't stop at power generation, however — the Q60 coupe used as the base for Project Black S has been radically redesigned for better aerodynamics. Infiniti claims all this is good for 0-60 times in under four seconds. Now if Infiniti would just greenlight production.