Report: Nissan developing a hybrid version of the Z? — Autoblog Green When I was at Tokyo Motor Show, I did see the li-ion pack pack for the Nissan Fuga (aka Infiniti M here) hybrid and it was MUCH smaller than the one you'd find in the back of a Prius or NAH. It's pictured at Tokyo 2009: 2010 Nissan Fuga Hybrid -- Autoblog. The picture from the other side gives a weird perspective and makes it look quite large. I think it's more logical they'd use the above RWD system developed in house from the start than something suggested by someone who doesn't know much about the FWD NAH in the comments. I doubt Carlos Ghosn wants to pay Toyota even more money and develop this one off car somehow modifying the powertrain to work in a RWD application, considering the tiny quantities in which the Z sells.