2015 Infinti Fuga Beats its Predecessor in Terms of Design and Stance
Nissan and Infiniti have introduced the redesigned 2015 Fuga in Japan. If we compare it with the previous version, the new model receives a notable makeover on the outside.
First up, the updated Infiniti Fuga impresses with a new front design that has a large mesh grille. It is flanked by LED headlights with sharper look. The sedan also arrives with an aggressive bumper with integrated LED fog lamps as well as turn signal lights. Some changes have been made at the rear end too. Well - shaped LED taillights wrapping around the fender, rear center stop lamp, refined bumper look, twin exhausts and additional chrome trim adorn the car at the back. In addition to this, the Infiniti Fuga takes advantage of 18-inch aluminum wheels. When we observe the car from the side, we can notice that there are revised exterior mirrors with turn signals.
The smooth character line of the vehicle continues on the inside too. Interior changes include a two-tone interior trim, a revamped glove box and an improved rear seat. What is more, there are wood trims adorning the cabin. Finally, the automaker pointed out that the new Fuga comes with an additional sound deadening material.
There are three engines available under the hood:
- A 2.5-liter V6 with 225 PS (165 kW) and 258 Nm (190 lb-ft) of maximum torque
- A 3.7-liter V6 with 333 PS (245 kW) and 363 Nm (267 lb-ft) of maximum torque
- A 3.5-liter V6 Hybrid with a combined power output of 364 PS (268 kW)
2015 Infiniti Fuga is currently on sale and the starting price is that of ¥4,104,000 in Japan.