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Havent even seen these vids yet but too excited to share with u guys so here you go! :D






 

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Here's some more:








Now that ive done my part, im off to watch and download all the vids! Enjoy!!! :D
 
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Thanks man!!! I can always count on you to find these great vids!!:D
 
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Thanks man!!! I can always count on you to find these great vids!!:D
Thanks man!

Nice to hear/see some new stuff like the fail safe for DAS, hearing the sound system, seeing how the seating is for the front and the back! The more I cant wait to see this beauty in person! :D
 
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That's the first time I've heard that the torque will be "450 plus" for the hybrid. The literature on the Infiniti site still only lists it at around 269.
 

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It was nice to hear the sound system. Can't wait to hook the iPod up to that and drive like never before!!:)
 

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That's the first time I've heard that the torque will be "450 plus" for the hybrid. The literature on the Infiniti site still only lists it at around 269.

I haven't seen any numbers on torque for the hybrid. Maybe because it is something of a fudge to create those. But Infiniti lists the Hybrid as having "354 hp @ 6,500 rpm (Hybrid System Net Power)" on the Q50 micro-site.
 

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269 is the hp of the 3.5 gasoline engine only, not the combined gas/electric.

I thought the 3.5 liter gas engine had 302 hp and 258 lb torque.

I also thought that I read somewhere that the 50kW electric motor could produce 199 lb torque.
 

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That's the first time I've heard that the torque will be "450 plus" for the hybrid. The literature on the Infiniti site still only lists it at around 269.
Infiniti doesn't actually list the torque numbers for the M35h ... And that is because the peak torque from the electric motor which is avail from 0 RPM doesn't intersect in the powerband with the peak torque from 3.5L gas motor ... But rough estimates put it around 400-420 FT-LBS of torque according to media outlets ....
269 is the hp of the 3.5 gasoline engine only, not the combined gas/electric.
You sir are incorrect!
I thought the 3.5 liter gas engine had 302 hp and 258 lb torque.
You sir are correct!
I also thought that I read somewhere that the 50kW electric motor could produce 199 lb torque.
Also correct this is why the M35H and Q50 H are and will be beasts biggest complaints from current G owners is the lack of bottom end torque and the electric motor fills that void....
 

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Sorry to get back on topic but I have to mention that Gbert rocks!!, thanks for keeping an eye out for all of the vids!
 
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Nice find. Appreciate you sharing them!
You're welcome! I try to share wat I can and being so excited for this car i just happen to check on q50 vids a lot....obsessively!:D
 

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awesome videos.

im dying to hear how the exhaust sounds
The exhaust is definitely something that I want to hear as well! wrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!
 

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That's the first time I've heard that the torque will be "450 plus" for the hybrid. The literature on the Infiniti site still only lists it at around 269.
I think infiniti is one of the first to break the barrier and have that much horsepower for a hybrid. This is good since it might take the thought of people thinking of hybrid to be in the power range of a toyota prius.
 
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