Japanese version of the Infiniti M will be launched at Tokyo
21 October 2009

Nissan has revealed its new Fuga luxury saloon.

The car is essentially the Japanese version of the Infiniti M saloon, which will go on sale in the US and Europe next year.

See the hi-res Nissan Fuga picture gallery

A 2.5-litre V6 and a 3.7-litre V6 will be available at launch, while a hybrid version will be offered as well from autumn 2010.

Inside, it gets “premium semi-aniline leather” seats, soft-touch trim, and wood-grain and chrome detailing.

Tech features include double piston shock absorbers, which improve ride and handling by increasing oil flow inside the shock absorber to reduce vibration from road undulations and absorb minor road imperfections.

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9 October 2009

it is a great car and i cannot wait for the Inifiniti hybrid version to get to UK

9 October 2009

What kind of stupid name is Fuga for a car that size..? Seriously ¬¬

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9 October 2009

[quote Dr.Car] What kind of stupid name is Fuga for a car that size..? Seriously ¬¬[/quote]

A Fugan stupid one?

You don’t need a weatherman
To know which way the wind blows
—Robert Allen Zimmerman

9 October 2009

Well curiosity got the better of me so I looked it up, it comes from the Italian fuga, which in turn comes from Latin, also fuga, which is itself related to both fugere (‘to flee’) and fugare, (‘to chase’).

In a related story they plan on building a large family van in Detroit suitable for soccer moms called the "Mother Fuga".

You don’t need a weatherman
To know which way the wind blows
—Robert Allen Zimmerman

9 October 2009

[quote jackjflash]In a related story they plan on building a large family van in Detroit suitable for soccer moms called the "Mother Fuga"[/quote]

LOL! Im too lazy to check,but that would be funny

21 October 2009

Somehow I find this very retro looking . Like an early fifties Healey ( and I don't mean Austin-Healey)

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