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.
The Japanese automaker marches towards its goal of zero vehicle-collision fatalities, debuting a new vision for the future of its ProPilot technology featuring next-gen lidar sensing.
With next-generation lidar sensing and enhanced avoidance of complex collisions, Nissan inches towards a zero-fatality future with its new prototype.
This coupe looks great but, unfortunately, its dynamics and technology are far less attractive.
This luxury sports coupe is getting seriously old and, in many ways, it feels it.
New cars are more expensive this year, but some cars may still come with incentives and rebates. If anything, these picks don't have inflated MSRPs.
Flick through the best cars if you're out to buy some new wheels on the biggest shopping day of the holiday season.
Like a recently renovated home, this three-row luxury SUV looks great from afar, but it still needs more work to be truly great.
The QX60 looks better than before and has more features, even if it's fundamentally the same.