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.
Dealers aren't able to order parts, cars or check on incentives offers for potential buyers.
Remember this car? It's over two years old already.
The upcoming QX55 will draw inspiration from Infiniti's cancelled FX performance crossover.
The five white-on-dark-chrome special editions feature a suite of the automaker's world's first driver aid technologies.
The feature debuts on the Nissan Skyline this fall.
Sure, there's 400 horsepower on tap, but boy howdy is the cabin tech bad.
It's fast, and it's pretty, but boy, does it feel old.
Some of it feels old, but you might be too busy hauling ass to notice.