At the 2014 New York Auto Show, Infiniti introduced two updated models, but that’s just the start of the growth for the Japanese automaker.
Infiniti is Nissan’s luxury marque, but produces mostly its own cars rather than rebadging Nissan cars. Infiniti offers sporty coupes as well as seven seat crossovers. Upcoming models to watch: Infinti JX, Infiniti G class
Limited edition luxury SUVs are all the rage and Infiniti seems to know that.
Sick of sitting in the automoive luxury market’s second tier, Infiniti is launching a product offensive aimed at competing more directly with Germany.
With the New York Auto Show just days away, automaker’s plans for the show are becoming clear.
A luxury version of the Nissan Juke could be on its way, sporting an Infiniti badge.
The most popular videos on the AutoGuide YouTube channel this week range from luxury SUVs to family sedans. Craig Cole took a deep look at the all-new Cadillac Escalade, to see if the massive, luxury SUV has a place in today’s market, while Sami Haj-Assaad explores the many tech features of the new Infiniti Q50….
Apparently family values matter. Conservative politicians tap-dance around these issues, pundits prognosticate about their demise and segments of the driving population make them a central issue when it’s time to purchase a new vehicle. Not surprisingly they play a starring role in this week’s installment of Ask AutoGuide.
Turns out that Infiniti’s head-turning Q50 Eau Rouge is more than an auto show attraction.
Could Infiniti create a vehicle that competes with the Porsche Panamera?
The annual Geneva Motor Show is most well-known for its debuts of various luxury and exotic vehicles, but the massive show floor in Switzerland is also filled with plenty of wild concept cars. With creations from automakers you may have never even heard of in North America to the GT-R-powered Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, AutoGuide has…
Infiniti will continue its support of the Amelia Concours d’Elegance this year by sponsoring the media center and bringing a special Q60 convertible to the show.
Infiniti’s Q50 Eau Rouge Concept is fresh out of its shipping container here in Geneva, Switzerland with some scintillating news.
Initially unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, Infiniti will reveal what’s under the hood of its Q50 Ea Rouge concept at the Geneva Motor Show next month and based on a new teaser video, it’ll be worth the wait.
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche has revealed that Mercedes-Benz will take the lead in developing and engineering any new vehicle shared with Infiniti.
We hope you brought an appetite because luxury utility vehicles are on the menu this week, and the portion sizes are hard to believe. Hungry for more? Hit the jump and dig in.
Prior to teaming up with Nissan-Renault, Mercedes considered other partnerships in order to make a new small car. Possible suitors included Volkswagen, BMW and Fiat.
The Infiniti G37 sedan will continue to be sold alongside its successor, the Q50, but for the 2015 model year the Japanese automaker will be renaming it the Infiniti Q40.
Infiniti is acknowledging that in order to stay competitive in the luxury market, it needs more performance-oriented models in its lineup.
Infiniti plans on launching two flagship models, both of which will feature powertrains with as much as 600 hp.
Infiniti boss, Johan de Nysschen, revealed that the Japanese automaker, in partnership with Mercedes parent company Daimler, are developing a new platform that will result in four models.
Infiniti just announced complete details about its high-performance Q50 Eau Rouge concept at the Detroit Auto Show.
Infiniti’s high-performance Q50 concept car has been fully revealed ahead of the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.
New details were just released regarding Infiniti’s Detroit-bound concept car: the Q50 Eau Rouge.
It’s Christmas time and depending on where you live, snow could be falling and carolers calling. However, depending on your outlook, frozen precipitation is either a beautiful natural phenomenon or a dreadful sign of frigid weather; holiday singers can be a festive reminder of bygone times or guilty of trespassing.