Nissan reportedly plans to update its Infiniti M35 mid-size sedan with a more powerful version of the 3.5-liter VQ engine.
Nissan will soon bring to the North American market its all-wheel drive Infiniti G37x sports coupe.
It is very likely that 2008 Infiniti G37 performance coupe will soon receive an optional all-wheel-drive package. Sources inside the Japanese luxury car manufacturer that prefer to stay anonymous have recently hinted us that Infiniti is testing a version of the sports car with an AWD system that will make the G37 more manageable on a wet or icy road.
The 2008 Infiniti M45 sports sedan is now available with the intelligent ATTESA E-TS all-wheel-drive system.
As you probably already know, the first part of the acronym stands for “Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All-Terrain”, while the second part means Electronic Torque Split, which basically means that the vehicle’s rear wheels constantly receive all 100 percent of torque, while the front ones only receive their fix of power when an electronic system deems it is really necessary. This makes the car less predictable on an icy road, but still more fun to drive than a conventional AWD.
Nissan has eventually released its latest 2007 Infiniti G35 luxury sedan first presented in April during the New York motor show.
The new sports car features a predictably aerodynamic exterior with the brand’s signature corporate grille and energetic-looking front head lights that protrude deep into the front fenders. Still, like many recent vehicles from Japanese brands, the G35 clearly lacks character, although its powerful engine somewhat compensates the lack in the testosterone department.