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Infiniti M35h only hybrid to beat its mpg rating in fuel economy marathon

The world's quickest hybrid is now in a class of one, according to organizers of the UK's 2011 FuelSave MPG Marathon.

Infiniti's luxury electric vehicle gets official sketch

Infiniti's future electric vehicle – Click above to enlarge

Paris Preview: Infiniti M35h hybrid rolls into view

Infiniti M35h - Click above for high-res image gallery

LA Auto Show preview: Infiniti to launch 2012 M35 hybrid

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

LA Auto Show preview: Infiniti to launch 2012 M35 hybrid

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

Report: Infiniti to double fuel mileage with next hybrid

2010 Nissan Fuga/Infiniti M35 Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Infiniti to double fuel mileage with next hybrid

2010 Nissan Fuga/Infiniti M35 Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Nissan developing a hybrid version of the Z?

For what it's worth, Best Car magazine in Japan is reporting that Nissan is developing a hybrid version of the Fairlady Z (called the 370Z everywhere else in the world). It's certainly plausible that the company could produce a hybrid Z since the automaker

Infiniti confirms production of 2012 M35 Hybrid

2010 Nissan Fuga/Infiniti M35 Hybrid - Click above for high-res image gallery

Infiniti confirms production of 2012 M35 Hybrid

2010 Nissan Fuga/Infiniti M35 Hybrid - Click above for high-res image gallery

Rumormill: Nissan 370Z Hybrid for 2011?

We're expecting Infiniti to launch its first hybrid sometime in either 2010 or 2011, likely based on the M35 luxury sedan. Unlike past hybrids from Nissan, parent company of the Infiniti brand, this new technology will not be a licensed version of Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive. Interestingly, reports out of Japan indicate that this new hybrid tech could filter on down the line to find itsel

Rumormill: Nissan 370Z Hybrid for 2011?

We're expecting Infiniti to launch its first hybrid sometime in either 2010 or 2011, likely based on the M35 luxury sedan. Unlike past hybrids from Nissan, parent company of the Infiniti brand, this new technology will not be a licensed version of Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive. Interestingly, reports out of Japan indicate that this new hybrid tech could filter on down the line to find it