YOKOHAMA, Japan â€“ Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.â€™s Fuga Hybrid goes on sale this week in Japan and early next year will be sold as the M35 Hybrid through the auto makerâ€™s Infiniti channel in North America and Europe. Featuring a single-motor, 2-clutch hybrid system and using a lithium-ion battery, the Fuga Hybrid achieves 45 mpg (5.2 L/100 km) in city driving, tops among Japanâ€™s luxury sedans. Toyota Motor Corp.â€™s Crown Hybrid, now No.2, gets 37 mpg (6.4 L/100 km). Toshiyuki Shiga, Nissanâ€™s ...
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