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    About Ifiniti

    Infiniti is a luxury car brand created by Nissan. Sales of Infiniti officially began on November 8, 1988 in North America to compete with Audi , Mercedes-Benz, Buick , BMW, and Volvo. Since then, its global operations have expanded to include Panama, Mexico, the Middle East, South Korea, Taiwan, Russia, China, Ukraine and Chile as well. Today, the Infiniti worldwide network comprises more than 490 dealers, present in 50 countries. 1 Nissan’s strategy is similar to that of Honda and Toyota, who created their own luxury brands, respectively Acura and Lexus.

    The brand is not used in Japan as Nissan has equivalent Infiniti models in the country, such as: Nissan Skyline sedan and coupe ( Infiniti G sedan and coupe ), Nissan Fuga ( Infiniti M ), Nissan Skyline crossover ( Infiniti EX ), and Nissan Top (Infiniti Q45). The Infiniti FX has no Nissan equivalent and is not sold in Japan. The first generation of the Infiniti Q45 was sold as the Nissan Infiniti Q45 in Japan.

    The company indicated that manufacturing of Q30 and QX30 cars at the Sunderland plant ( UK ) would end at the end of July 2019 7 and operations in Europe at the beginning of 2020.

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