Nissan established its luxury brand, Infiniti, with just two models in 1989. Over a few decades, the company expanded to include a full line of sedans, coupes, convertibles, crossovers, hybrids, and SUVs.
Look out BMW X4, Infiniti's QX55 wants a piece of the pie.
The QX60 Monograph concept showed us what to expect, but have another a look at the production SUV cloaked in camo.
We haven't seen the final product yet. But with the QX60 Monograph concept and this news, we have a good idea of what's to come.
Consumer Reports rounded up responses from owners, and unsurprisingly, Tesla owners really like Tesla.
Mild updates can't gloss over the fact that the Infiniti QX80's Nissan-branded sibling drives nearly as well while packing more up-to-date cabin tech.
The new QX55 is basically a QX50 with a cooler roofline inspired by the first-gen FX.
Infiniti's latest crossover SUV is getting treated to racier coupe-like looks.
This fresh-faced luxury utility vehicle offers a premium interior and loads of style, thanks to its sloping roofline and attractive proportions.