Infiniti M35h Hybrid | Fully Charged
A drive to the Red Bull Formula 1 workshops in the Infiniti M35h Hybrid.
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2015 Hyundai Genesis vs. 2014 Infiniti Q70 - Video Comparison
The 2015 Kia K900 enters the large luxury sedan segment against tough
It offers more features for less money than the mid-size German cars Kia
would like it to go up against--the Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, and
Mercedes-Benz E-Class--but we don't think those are really its competitors.
Instead, it likely competes with rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive large
sedans from another set of premium/luxury brands.
First among them would be its sibling the Hyundai Genesis (and the larger
Hyundai Equus as well), which has just been restyled with a look that's as
extroverted as the K900 is conservative (and offers the same two engines as
the Kia to boot).
The Cadillac CTS is also more extroverted, and more of a driver's car, with
a flashier interior and higher performance versions on the way.
The Infiniti Q70 (nee M lineup) is one of the older models in the group,
but its lines remain striking every after several years; finally, the Acura
RLX handles surprisingly well and offers a hybrid model, as does the
With neither hybrid or diesel alternatives nor the option of all-wheel
drive, the K900 may find its market somewhat limited--but it's a good first
effort in a tough segment.
Behind the Wheel: 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid
*Editor note: It is a 2012, not a 2011.
We get our hands on a car that only a few have driven. Pretty cool. It's a
hybrid. Or is it? Bi-polar hybrid. Bi-winning.
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1:18 AUTOart Performance Series Lexus GS 450h
Debuting in Frankfurt in 2005, Lexus' GS 450h made a powerful impression as
the world's first performance-oriented hybrid luxury sedan. Also given high
marks for styling being much more sleek & sexy than an Audi A6 or a
Mercedes E. Technologically, the GS 450h is both extremely sophisticated
(with a 3.5 liter 340 hp hybrid V6 able to propel the two ton-plus car from
0 to 60 in under six seconds) and uncommonly luxurious. This impressive new
model is everything we've come to expect from AutoArt, with exemplary fit
and a finish whose glow (not a glare) reflects AA's mastery of metallic
paint. Every chrome piece is precisely fitted and seems sculpted to scale.
The 18" alloys and brake detail are highly realistic, proof that plastics
and metal can work together when the castings and finish are this
sophisticated. Light lensing is jewel-like and the glazing, incorporating
the windshield's sun screen and the rear defrosting element,
distortion-free. If you're still not won over, note the "hybrid" scripts on
the lower body trim! Under the insulated hood the V6 is hidden from view,
with only the cowling (inscribed with HYBRID SYNERGY DRIVE and the Lexus
emblem) and two conduit cables to the electric motor visible. But what
there is to see is crisply rendered. The chassis, too, is largely sealed,
but the dual Exhaust and rear
suspension components are convincing. The trunk is, of course, carpeted.
The interior truly instills appreciation for the car and AutoArt's modeling
prowess. The impression is one of subtle, uncompromising luxury with every
amenity you'd expect: power everything, CD player and navigation system,
fine leather seats and chaste, elegant wood accents. AA's refined detail is
everywhere apparent: plush carpeting, exemplary wood grain, real cloth
seatbelts with metal buckles, a dashboard of great depth and presence and
the perfectly scaled wood and leather wheel with the delicate Lexus logo.
The weather stripping around the door frames is remarkable. My only gripes
are the hard plastic used for the otherwise finely molded seats and (very
surprising for AA) no door sills.
Apart from the customary opening panels and functioning steering, operating
features are largely eschewed on both models in favor of crafting a visual
tour de force. And that's just fine with me.
2014 Infiniti Q50 S on 20" Vossen CV5 Concave Wheels | Rims
The worlds first modified Q50! We worked with Peter and Larry and the great
team at Warren Henry Infiniti and ordered a new 2014 Q50 S, the first in
the states. We quickly modified it using a prototype RSR suspension,
replacing the run-flat tires and adding our 20x9 and 20x10.5 Silver Polish
CV5 wheels. It really was hectic to make this video as we bought the car
and literally modified it the next day and shot the video the day
afterwards and weather was not cooperating. We are happy to be the first to
show the world some of the potential for this car in regards to
Special thanks to Warren Henry Infiniti.
F: 20x9 / R: 20x10.5
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2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid - WINDING ROAD Quick Drive
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
This week at Winding Road we drive the 2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid.
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Filmed and edited by Chris Amos