Infiniti revealed future plan of the power of 3 models

G35h: hybrid on the way

Assuming a normal product cycle is six years, then G Series two-door coupe and sedan should be updating in 2014. Based G35h trademark applications, combined with the recent Infiniti American person in charge of the Bohr media conversations, we believe that the third generation of G will offer hybrid.

When asked about the widespread use of gas-electric hybrid M35h, Bohr said, people can do, “imagine a smaller car , powertrain would be like what, “adding that 3.5-liter V6 coupled with auxiliary power , will produce a very fast G-series cars.

Think M35h speed (60 mph acceleration time of 5.2 seconds) as well as its fuel efficiency, transplanted into a smaller, lighter car. Like the BMW ActiveHybrid 5 and upcoming ActiveHybrid 3 as shared powertrain.

G30t: turbo four-cylinder or six-cylinder?

G30t means turbocharged engine, which will provide a satisfactory Infiniti power and torque output. Or the number of cylinders of the engine power is unclear. Difficult to guess whether it means an entry-level models, or top-specification machine performance, or if it is a driving force, will replace the G two V6 engines (G25 2.5-liter, G37’s 3.7 liters).

G22d: G-iesel

G22d relatively easy to resolve, Infiniti’s European diesel products all use D as a suffix, but does not include the diesel version G Series sedan or coupe. G22d most likely sold only in Europe, but such a G can provide a convenient way to enter the U.S. diesel market. We expect a four-cylinder engine, “22” represents the displacement of 2.2 liters.

Finally, the engine

According to part with Mercedes-Benz’s agreement, Infiniti plans to use four-cylinder power unit from the German company, the plan is to share m274 om651 gasoline engine and diesel engine. M274 looks more suitable G30t, and OM651 2.1-liter turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine that can be installed on G22d.

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