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Infiniti to add at least four new models in the next four years

 Infiniti to add at least four new models in the next four years
2014 Infiniti Q50 live in Detroit 14.01.2013

With new engines and gearboxes

Infiniti president says the company will introduce at least four new models within the next four years.

Johan de Nysschen has told Automotive News yesterday in Detroit that Infiniti plans four all-new models which will get new engines and transmissions. He added this expanded lineup will help the company establish itself as a top-tier luxury brand. Paving this road is the recently introduced Q50 sports sedan which is being showcased in Detroit at the NAIAS.

Infiniti will also renew all of its existing nameplates in its U.S. lineup and will use diesel engines from Daimler. In addition, the Etherea concept-based production premium compact model will utilize architecture from Daimler. He added Infiniti will introduce new sedans, crossovers and "seductive" performance cars.

For more details from the interview, visit the source link below.

Source: autonews.com

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 slim slim
I have a credible source from an insider at Infiniti. He already told me the names of the next 3 models. Q,Q,Q. The fourth is a mystery, can anyone guess? Uuuummmm Q? Okay on a slightly more serious note can someone please clarify the 1st sentence of the last paragraph? I quote "Infiniti will also renew all of its existing nameplates in its U.S. line up"... does that mean that we will see the mighty G37xS, M56S, FX50S, etc. live on to see 2014 and beyond? If so, then that announcement needs its own article. If not, then the writer of this article needs to learn how to write more clearly. Instead of saying "renew" how about "replace" or specify the purpose of renewing the existing nameplates.
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January 16, 2013 7:55 pm
 ertahaz_hossain ertahaz_hossain
"Seductive" performance car as in the Essence? Please be so! It'd then be the best thing that Infiniti would ever do!
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January 16, 2013 2:17 pm