Haven't seen these posted anywhere before (including the web at large), so I don't know if these displays are fairly new? But there are two out there - a 2013 propulsion assembly, complete with inverter and charger, and a 2013 battery pack assembly.
The cutaways on the propulsion assembly are in the motor, showing it's windings, and in what they call the "reducer" (in the absence of anything better to call it, like a gearbox/transmission). I knew this reducer would be fairly simple, but I personally feel there are a couple more gears in there than there really needs to be. Perhaps those of you with engineering backgrounds can tell me why the one large helical gear, which from the looks of things directly drives the axle shafts, couldn't be driven by the gear coming off the end of the motor (other than it probably not being sized correctly for the desired gearing and not being cut the right way). I also don't see the point of the cog gear, unless it's job is to be engaged by a pawl when the car is in Park (this wasn't evident from the display). Either way, it's a pretty darn simple affair anyway...your car is probably not going to be in the shop for transmission problems anytime soon!
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2011 Blue Ocean SL with 78,000 miles
2015 pack on 12/30/15
Bridgestone Ecopia 422+ tires
L1 EVSE upgrade
Superbright LED lighting
2013 sun visors
GT-R map lamp lenses
Altima illuminated door switches