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Infiniti is a luxury automaker based in Japan with a vision to boldly challenge convention. The vehicles Infiniti fabricates are artful, engaging, and offer high-class interior design as well as superb functionality on the road.
The automobile company Nissan began developing Infiniti in the early 1980s but did not release a model until the 1990s in the United States. Initially, there were the M30 coupe and Q45 sedan models. These two vehicles featured Nissan technology but contained more powerful engines, an active suspension system and four-wheel steering. The Japanese designers had been inspired by Acura, a sub-division of Honda. Throughout the 1990s, Infiniti kept adding vehicles to the lineup. The Q45 gained distinction with a class-leading 278-horsepower V8 engine. The QX4, based on the Nissan Pathfinder but with a focus on off-road performance, became available in the late 90s.
Though Infiniti was finding popularity, it was not enough to rival Toyota’s Lexus and Honda’s Acura. Driven to pursue their original goal of producing sporty luxury vehicles, Infiniti made a bold move in 2000 by merging with Renault. Infiniti was soon able to separate itself from Nissan by introducing the successful G-series. The G35 was acclaimed as a sedan better than any European luxury car. Soon after, the M35 and M45 models gained awards for performance and design and came out the all-star a comparison test conducted by Car and Driver magazine.
Today, Infiniti’s lineup boasts beauty and power. The G-series has expanded to include a coupe, sedan and convertible. A crossover SUV called FX35/45 provides wagon utilities but sports car maneuverability. There are also the mid-sized M sedans, the JX crossover SUV and the QX SUV. Recently introduced is the M Hybrid series that carries the same prestige and capabilities as traditional gasoline-dependent models.
Until this time, Infiniti had yet to arrive in its home country of Japan. Finally, in 2014, the Q50 was introduced to Japan and referred to as the Skyline. With this, Infiniti had finally become a rival of other luxury brands like BMW and Acura. No matter the nation, Infiniti races into the future, where it will continue to create vehicles with a perfect balance of elegance, performance, and value.
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