Infiniti (Japanese: インフィニティ Infiniti?) is the luxury division of automaker Nissan and vicariously, Renault through the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Infiniti officially started selling vehicles on November 8, 1989 in North America. Marketing operations have since grown to include the Middle East, South Korea, Russia, Taiwan, China, and Ukraine. Infiniti began sales in additional European markets in late 2008. The marketing network for Infiniti-branded vehicles now includes over 230 dealers in over 15 countries.
The marque is not used in Japan and the automaker markets most of equivalent Infiniti models domestically as Nissans: Infiniti G as the Nissan Skyline sedan and coupe, Infiniti M as the Nissan Fuga, Infiniti EX as the Nissan Skyline crossover, and Infiniti Q45 as the Nissan Cima. The Infiniti FX has no Nissan equivalent and is not sold in Japan. The first generation Infiniti Q45 was sold as the Nissan Infiniti Q45 in Japan.
The Infiniti brand was introduced in the United States in 1989. The marketing strategy was to target the premium vehicle segments in the United States that would not have otherwise fit in with Nissan's more mainstream image. The brand was created around the same time as Japanese rivals Toyota and Honda's developed their Lexus and Acura premium brands. The Japanese government imposed Voluntary Export Restraints for the U.S. market, so it was more profitable for automakers to export more expensive cars to the U.S.
Driving Interior Infiniti Car
Black Infiniti Car on the Road
Amazing Infiniti Car Wallpaper
Silver Infiniti Car Concept