Nissan’s 3.0-litre VR30DDTT engine (or VR30 for short) was first introduced in 2015 as the main powertrain for luxury brand Infiniti’s latest line of mid-size models. This twin-turbocharged petrol engine is available in 300 or 400 hp versions.
Infiniti is a Japanese car manufacturer owned by the Japanese company Nissan Motor. Infiniti cars are officially sold in the USA, Canada, Mexico, the Middle East, the Republic of Korea and Taiwan, and since 2007 in Russia and Ukraine. Since its founding in 1989, Infiniti has sold over a million vehicles, mostly in the United States. The catalog contains engines for the following Infiniti models: G20/Q40/Q60 | I30-I35 | Q40 (G) | Q45 | Q50 | Q70 (M) | QX4/QX56/QX80 | QX50 (EX) | QX60 (JX) | QX70 (FX).
In 2007, mainly for Infiniti cars, the most advanced engine from the VQ series was introduced, designated as VQ37VHR. This unit replaced the VQ35HR and was developed on its basis. The block of cylinders VQ35HR has grown slightly in height, along with this, its rigidity has been increased.
The 3.5-liter Nissan VQ35DD engine was first introduced in 2016 and was intended for the popular Pathfinder crossover, as well as its counterpart from Infiniti under the QX60 index. The motor is equipped with a proprietary direct injection system and phase shifters on both shafts.
The VQ35 engine is considered one of the most massive engines from Nissan. This engine has won “Best Engine of the Year” many times. VQ35 replaced the VQ30DE unit, which belonged to the first generation of VQ motors.
The VQ30DE engine (or VQ30 for short) is in the record book as the best engine. For six years, he was in the TOP-10 best engines. No other engine has achieved this result. A feature of the engine is the finest processing of camshafts and crankshafts, the presence of a digital knock control system and …
The Nissan VQ25HR 2.5-liter V6 engine has been produced at the Japanese plant in Iwaki since 2006 and is installed on the base versions of some models of the company on the Front Midship platform. Now such a power unit is installed only on the Fuga sedan for the local automotive market.
5.6-liter V8 Nissan VK56DE engine was produced in US factories from 2003 to 2015 and was installed in the largest and most powerful models, such as Armada, Titan, and Infiniti QX56. In 2007, this unit was seriously upgraded and therefore two generations of it are distinguished.
The 5.0-liter V8 Nissan VK50VE engine (or VK50 for short) was produced at the Japanese plant from 2008 to 2014 and was installed only on the Infiniti FX50 crossover and its updated version with the QX70 index. There were two versions of the engine: stock with 390 hp and 500 Nm and Vettel Edition with …
The 4.5-liter V8 Nissan VK45DE engine (or VK45 for short) was assembled at the Yokohama plant from 2001 to 2010 and installed on the most expensive and powerful models of the Japanese concern such as Fuga and President.
The 4.5-liter Nissan VH45DE engine (or VH45 for short) was produced from 1989 to 2002 in Japan and was installed only on the especially luxurious President model and the American Infiniti Q45. This power unit is very popular for self-swap on sports cars.
The 4.1-liter Nissan VH41DE engine (or VH41 for short) was produced from 1991 to 2001 and was installed on the most expensive models of the concern, including the American Infiniti Q45. This power unit still attracts fans of swapping powerful engines in their cars.
The 3.3-liter Nissan VG33E engine has been produced since 1995 and is still installed in China. This power unit is most often found on pickup trucks, SUVs and minibuses. There is a version of the VG33ER equipped with a supercharger with a power of 210 hp and 334 Nm of torque.
The 3.0-liter Nissan VG30E engine (or VG30 for short) was assembled from 1983 to 1999 and, in fact, is one of the most massive V6 engines of its time, as it was installed on many models. The unit was produced in a wide range of capacities, there was even a version with a phase regulator.
The 2.5-liter Nissan QR25DER engine was produced by the Japanese concern from 2013 to 2017 and was installed on hybrid versions of such models as the Pathfinder, Murano and Infiniti QX60. This motor stands out for its Atkinson economy cycle operation and Roots type compressor.
The 2.0-liter Nissan KR20DDET (or KR20 for short) or 2.0 VC-Turbo engine has been produced in Japan since 2017 and is used in Altima sedans, but is best known for the Infiniti QX50, QX55 and QX60 crossovers. Such a power unit is distinguished by the presence of a proprietary compression ratio adjustment system.