The new 2013 Infiniti I35 is powered by a VQ engine, 255 horsepower
and 246 lb ft of torque. There are four valve heads on the I35.
Two in-take valves. Two for the exhaust. Each set driven by one
of the dual overhead camshafts. A configuration that allows the
engine to accelerate more quickly and efficiently. A computer
continuously fine tunes the opening of the in-take valves to feed
the engine with more air at the perfect moment for combustion.
engine performance is optimized at all engine speeds, not just
a specific rpm range.
2013 Infiniti I35 cams and crankshaft are finished to a microscopic
level of precision, and pistons are coated in exotic molydenum
to move more freely, accelerates faster and runs more efficiently.
In normal driving, the variable capacity muffler routes exhaust
gases for a quiet humm. Open the throttle and the muffler opens
wide as well, reducing back pressure for a quicker performance.
the new 2013 Infiniti I35 offers an advanced body structure
designed to protect by helping to maintain the structure of the
passenger space on impact. For side impacts, energy transferring
structural beams help direct energy around the compartment. Plus,
at each end are crumple zones designed to deform on impact helping
absorb energy before it reaches I35 passengers.
new features on the 2013 and for next year's 2013 Infiniti I35
include these highlights and more.
Power Driver's Seat with Memory
4-way Power Front Passenger's Seat
Large Passenger Compartment
Available Heated Front and Rear Seats
Available Heated Steering Wheel
Available Power Rear Sunshade
Automatic Temperature Control
So journer Leather Trim
Infiniti Analog Clock