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19Infiniti teases M hybrid drag race against Porsche Panamera S Hybrid

Infiniti has started throwing stones at the Porsche Panamera S Hybrid. The Japanese luxury brand aims to pit its M Hybrid against the electrified German five-door in a fight for the title of the world's fastest-accelerating production full hybrid. How's that for a mouthful? The Porsche Panamera S Hybrid dishes out 380 horsepower and is good for a 0-60 mph time of around 5.7 seconds, all while returning up to 30 mpg highway. Of course, you'll be asked to pay for the privilege of ownership. The Pa

52Infiniti teases M hybrid drag race against Porsche Panamera S Hybrid

Infiniti has started throwing stones at the Porsche Panamera S Hybrid. The Japanese luxury brand aims to pit its M Hybrid against the electrified German five-door in a fight for the title of the world's fastest-accelerating production full hybrid. How's that for a mouthful? The Porsche Panamera S Hybrid dishes out 380 horsepower and is good for a 0-60 mph time of around 5.7 seconds, all while returning up to 30 mpg highway. Of course, you'll be asked to pay for the privilege of ownership. The Pa

19LA 2010: 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid brings electric power to the luxury sport segment

2012 Infiniti M Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

10LA Auto Show preview: Infiniti to launch 2012 M35 hybrid

2012 Infiniti M35 hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

6LA Auto Show preview: Infiniti to launch 2012 M35 hybrid

2012 Infiniti M35 hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

3Infiniti M hybrid gets new steering and brake systems

Nissan is introducing two new power-saving technologies on the new Infiniti M hybrid that could eventually be adapted to both electric and conventional vehicles. One is an electro-hydraulic power-steering assist system combines the best of both electric and hydraulic systems. Traditional engine-driven hydraulic power steering has been preferred by many drivers because it gives a more natural feedback through the wheel. Electric power steering reduces parasitic losses because it only provides ass

13Tokyo 2009: Nissan Fuga hybrid to arrive in Japan late 2010, U.S. in 2011

After several years of selling small volumes of its Altima sedan using Toyota's hybrid drive system, Nissan is finally ready to roll out its first gas-electric model using technology developed in-house. The first model to be so equipped will be the new Fuga sedan, a car sold in North America as the Infiniti M.

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