2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid

  • 2011 Nissan Altima Hybrid

    Although Nissan has taken its Altima Hybrid off the market for 2012, the model is likely to live on. The latest evidence: Nissan today unveiled in Japan a new generation of its Xtronic continuously-variable transmission (CVT) and a new hybrid system designed for front-wheel drive vehicles. So far, only one vehicle has reached the market with Nissan's in-house hybrid design: the rear-wheel drive 2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid. But it's long been expected that Nissan will extend the system to other models and platforms, and we expect the next generation of the Nissan Altima mid-size sedan to offer a...

  • 2010 Nissan Altima Hybrid
    Nissan To Have More Hybrid Cars, This Time Home-Grown

    Nissan may have killed off its Altima Hybrid model, but the company is moving forward with a range of new hybrid models. This time, however, they'll be home-grown, based on the company's internally developed hybrid system. Nissan's new single-motor hybrid technology is considerably simpler than the...

  • 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid, at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show
    2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid Priced At $53,700, Gets 32 MPG Highway

    Two weeks ago, the EPA rated the 2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid at 27 mpg city, 32 mpg highway, for a combined rating of 29 mpg. That makes it the only car in its class, as Infiniti proudly trumpeted, with both 350 horsepower and a highway rating of 30 mpg or more. Now, the cost of that fuel efficiency...

  • 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid, at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show
    2010 Los Angeles Auto Show: 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid Details

    First previewed at last year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, we've been hearing about the 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid for more than a year. Now, finally, Infiniti has officially unveiled the M35h, its very first hybrid-electric vehicle, at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. First of many? It's the...

  • 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid
    Nissan’s New Hybrid System Will Double Mileage Of Gasoline-Only Models

    Nissan (and its Infiniti luxury division) may have been late to the table when it comes to hybrids but the Japanese automaker is boasting that its new generation of gasoline-electric vehicles will smash the competition out of the water. Nissan claims that its first vehicle fitted with its own...

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