Ferrari Califonia T (2014) CAR video review
Ferrari Califonia T: CAR magazine's new video review of the first turbocharged Ferrari road car for a generation.
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BMW M5 F10M (2011) CAR review
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' Infiniti M ' Test Drive & Review - TheGetawayer
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Behind the Wheel: 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid
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difference! We get our hands on a car that only a few have driven. Pretty
cool. It's a hybrid. Or is it? Bi-polar hybrd. Bi-winning. GearPatrol.com
Infiniti M35h Hybrid | Fully Charged
A drive to the Red Bull Formula 1 workshops in the Infiniti M35h Hybrid.
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renewable energy, to seeking the truth about electric cars, Robert
Llewellyn demonstrates what the future could have in store for us all.
2014 Infiniti Q50S vs 2014 Lexus IS350 F-Sport! - Head 2 Head Ep. 40
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman referees the
battle between two hotly anticipated Japanese sports sedans - the 2014
Infiniti Q50S and 2014 Lexus IS350. Lieberman starts out at the track where
he puts both cars through the usual battery of Motor Trend instrumented
performance tests. After that, it's off to one of California's premiere
canyon roads to see how the cars behave in the real, curvy world. Will the
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2012 Infiniti M35h: First Test
We take Infiniti's sporty green machine, the M35h, to the test track to see
if performance and hybrid can exist in the same sentence.
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Infiniti M35h hybrid Guinness World Record
Infiniti's latest new model for Europe, the Infiniti M35h, has sped into
the record books as the world's fastest accelerating full hybrid. Driven by
journalist Tim Pollard and overseen by Guinness World Records®, the 364PS
petrol/electric sedan covered the standing 400m (quarter mile) in 13.9031
seconds (average of all runs).
The test car, a standard production model, set the record on Tuesday 23
August 2011 at the UK's Santa Pod Raceway, home of the FIA European Drag
Racing Championships. From a standing start, the Infiniti M35h harnessed
its combination of electric motor torque from 0rpm and V6 power at high
revs to impressive effect, the car passing the computerised timing
equipment at the end of each run at speeds in excess of 160km/h (100mph).
In the hierarchy of fast cars, the time puts it on a par with performance
heroes like the 1982 Lamborghini Countach and within a few tenths of some
Porsches, Ferraris and Aston Martins. http://www.infiniti.eu/
Infiniti M Hybrid race: Sebastian Vettel vs. Mark Webber
The world's fastest accelerating full hybrid, the reigning Formula One
World Champion, his team-mate, and the demanding Nürburgring Nordschleife
all come together to mark the start of European sales of the Infiniti M35h.
Yes, it's a race.
On the right, Sebastian Vettel in the new M35h -- 364PS of petrol/electric
firepower, 0-100km/h in 5.5 seconds -- and available at Infiniti Centres
throughout Europe since 5 September.
On the left, his Red Bull Racing team-mate Mark Webber in the M37 S Premium
-- 320PS of pure petrol V6 power for 0-100km/h in 6.2 seconds -- equipped
with the Four-Wheel Active Steer of the S Premium model.
Ahead of them both: the 20.8km and 73 bends of perhaps the most iconic, and
certainly the most demanding, racetrack in the world.
Hybrid or petrol? Vettel or Webber? http://www.infiniti.eu/