The Nissan Skyline in Japan, the Nissan version of the Infiniti G35 sedan, has been beating sales predictions and surprising the executives. When launched in November of 2006, the Nissan Skyline was targeted to sell 1,000 vehicles per month. However, since its launch the Skyline has sold more than 11,000 units.
And that’s not the only achievement of the reliable Infiniti G35 spin-off. Recently, Nissan assembled a team of product development experts that managed to cover an impressive distance of 1,024.4 kilometers (621 miles) on one tank of fuel.
The Nissan Skyline is powered by 2.5 liter VQ25HR V6 engine that produces 225 horsepower. We doubt it will ever come to the U.S. since it will probably affect sales of the Nissan Altima.
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