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Nissan has a plan for Infiniti but we’re not sure fans will like it

Nissan has a plan for Infiniti but we’re not sure fans will like it

Nissan may have outlined its big plan to reinvent its cars and SUVs, but Infiniti's fate seems a little less promising as further details emerge from the revenue-strapped automaker. Announced last week, the four year roadmap came as Nissan revealed sales for the last fiscal year had shrunk by more than 10-percent, and that losses hit $6.2 billion.

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Infiniti begins ‘Park it for Now’ campaign with build-it-yourself Carigami models

Infiniti begins ‘Park it for Now’ campaign with build-it-yourself Carigami models

Japanese premium automaker Infiniti has released a collection of ‘Carigami’ models for kids and adults to play with. Inspired by the Japanese art of origami and Infiniti’s unmistakable Japanese DNA, the project is part of an effort to encourage people to stay at home to curb the rapidly spreading coronavirus.

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For Infiniti’s 30th anniversary, the gift is electrification

For Infiniti’s 30th anniversary, the gift is electrification

The Infiniti brand was formed with a singular mission: to create an automobile that one would want to take on an endless drive. Now, the automaker is facing its biggest change in its thirty-year history, a wholehearted embrace of electrification. While parent company Nissan is at the helm, the heritage of past, present, and future Infiniti vehicles can be traced directly to the Prince Motor Company, acquired by Nissan in 1966, and particularly the Prince Skyline Sport with a familiar double-arch grille and crescent cut rear window. They're styling elements that are still present in the modern-day Infiniti. What's under the hood, though, will be very different.

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Infiniti details plans to make a hybrid like no other

Infiniti details plans to make a hybrid like no other

Infiniti has revealed its big plans for EVs, but the Japanese automaker isn't going to deliver electrification in the same way we've seen other luxury car companies do it. Having previewed its vision for electric crossovers and sedans with a number of "Inspiration" concepts over the past few years, it turns out Infiniti still sees there being a place for internal combustion engines, even if it's electricity that's actually driving the wheels.

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Infiniti Edition 30 collection marks thirty years for an automaker poised for change

Infiniti Edition 30 collection marks thirty years for an automaker poised for change

This year marks the 30th anniversary for Infiniti, the luxury division of Japan’s Nissan Motor Corporation. It's celebrating the occasion with the release of the special Edition 30 vehicles, that include the Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60, and QX80, unveiled at the Infiniti Pavilion during this year’s prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

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Infiniti QX55 crossover coupe will bring style explosion in 2020

Infiniti QX55 crossover coupe will bring style explosion in 2020

Infiniti automotive, the luxury division of Japan’s Nissan, announced today the birth of a new crossover coming to its lineup of luxury vehicles. Infiniti plans to deliver the production-ready QX55 luxury sport utility coupe by next summer, telling us it's aiming to occupy the intersection of art, design, engineering, and technology.

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The Infiniti Project Black S is the best sort of hybrid

The Infiniti Project Black S is the best sort of hybrid

Hybrids can be earnest, sensible ways to boost fuel economy, or they can be like the Infiniti Project Black S and borrow lashings of F1 technology to deliver ridiculous on-road performance. Handiwork of Infiniti and the Renault F1 Team, Project Black S may look like a body-kitted Q60, but it's actually something a whole lot more interesting.

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Infiniti Qs Inspiration electric sports sedan teases big news coming

Infiniti Qs Inspiration electric sports sedan teases big news coming

Infiniti keeps dropping heavy-handed hints about its electrified future, and next to the plate is the Infiniti Qs Inspiration. Set to make its debut at the Auto Shanghai 2019 motor show next week, the striking sports sedan concept previews not only Infiniti's vision of what a 21st century performance four-door should look like, but a specific production model too.

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The 5 most important cars of the Detroit Auto Show 2019

The 5 most important cars of the Detroit Auto Show 2019

It's a momentous year for the Detroit Auto Show. Last to face the bitter chill of January in Michigan, before moving out of the shadow of CES to the summer in 2020, this year's show also saw the return of much-beloved nameplates and dawning new ages for others. Muscle cars at one extreme; category-shaking EVs at the other. Read on for the top five cars of the Detroit Auto Show 2019.

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Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept gives EV SUV plan a seductive shape

Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept gives EV SUV plan a seductive shape

Infiniti isn't going to build the QX Inspiration Concept, but you can bet the automaker's first all-electric SUV will bear some striking similarities to this Detroit Auto Show 2019 EV. A design study which "sets a direct precedent for the first fully electric" model from Infiniti, it paves the way for a new e-AWD drivetrain.

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This is the Infiniti QX Inspiration EV concept, and it’s a big deal

This is the Infiniti QX Inspiration EV concept, and it’s a big deal

Infiniti has revealed the QX Inspiration, the automaker's first all-electric car which will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show 2019 in just a few weeks time. Although billed as a concept, Infiniti is pulling no punches about just how important this particular EV is to its range, and to its long-term goal for electrification in general.

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Dinosaurs, Drones and Infiniti SUVs: A grand Gobi Desert adventure

Dinosaurs, Drones and Infiniti SUVs: A grand Gobi Desert adventure

You don't typically find too many Infiniti cars in the Gobi Desert, mainly just humungous poisonous spiders and feisty scorpions. Oh, and dinosaur fossils, which is why the automaker teamed up with the Hong Kong chapter of The Explorers Club, to revisit and rewrite the rules of exploration - and put the QX50, QX60, and QX80 SUVs through their paces in the process.

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