Established in 1989 by Nissan as an upscale answer to European brands like Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and BMW, Infiniti has firmly established itself as a contender in North America's luxury car market. While the brand struggled with identity issues early on, and many models were merely rebranded Nissans, the Infiniti of today possesses a strong, sporty character that is high end without ever seeming stuffy. Introduced in Europe for the first time in 2008, the Japanese badge looks to continue its commitment to premium performance with cool cars like the G Coupe, the FX Crossover, and the all-new Infiniti Performance Line, which takes the brand's muscular ethos to exciting new heights.
A stylish crossover with a turbo engine.
Luxurious Full-Size SUV. A large and luxurious 7-passenger SUV.
Smart Luxury Crossover. An elegant, well-equipped 7-passenger crossover.
Heavy Metal. V8-powered luxury sedan.
A G37, By Any Other Name. A pleasant but dated premium convertible.
Bold New Style for Japanese Sports Sedan. A high-tech, sporty sedan.