The Infiniti Q50's signature party piece is its electronic steering system, which can adjust things like steering ratio and feel on the fly. There’s a redundant mechanical system backing it up in case it all falls apart, but what would really suck is if there was some sort of software flaw which could make the whole…
Usually when a car gets as many mid-life updates as the Infiniti Q50 is getting for 2016, it happens when said car is a complete and total failure, in desperate need of revamping to revive its fortunes. That isn’t the case with the Q50; it was always a decent car, just not a great one, and up against some of the…
The Infiniti QX60 is a fancy Pathfinder, and like its stablemate over at Nissan, it offers decent value and fuel economy for a seven-passenger CUV. What do you need to know before you buy an Infiniti QX60? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Yesterday, we wrote about Renault’s lovely-looking rebirth of the legendary Alpine A110, the mid-engined Alpine Vision concept. Renault says the car will be sold “across five continents.” Unless they’re counting Antarctica, that sounds like it could include the U.S. But which brand could sell it here?
It’s not clear what happened before this video begins that made the driver of this Infiniti so brain-cloudingly angry, but his subsequent plan of coming to a dead stop in the middle of a freeway to punch the driver behind him put him firmly in the wrong no matter what. Even better/worse, the freeway-stopper had three…
When it comes to sucking fuel and air into an engine, there’s nothing I love more than a good intake manifold. But that doesn’t mean they’re not occasionally terrifying. Which is what leads me to wonder: is there a scarier-looking intake manifold than the one on the Nissan/Infiniti 4.5-liter V8 engine?
If you’re shopping for a luxury SUV, you might have already laughed the Infiniti QX80 off your list because look at it. But behind that cyborg-beastface is a capable and seriously comfortable 4x4. If that got your attention, here’s everything you need to know about it in our Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
The Infiniti QX70 is a slightly bigger version of the G35-based QX50, and that’s not a bad thing. What do you need to know before you buy an Infiniti QX70? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
It’s a beautiful thing when a production car sticks close to the concept. Infiniti did just that with the new Q60 Coupe, the replacement for the venerable coupe once known as the G37, and they gave it 400 horsepower from a twin-turbo V6 for good measure.
Once, there was the Infiniti Q30 and its slightly lifted sibling, the QX30. Both are brand-new cars key to Infiniti’s ambitious growth plans. But then Infiniti decided that in the U.S., both variants would have the same name—QX30. Like everyone, we were slightly perplexed by this move, but now we know the reason: the…
The Infiniti Q50 is filled with a ridiculous amount of fancy gadgetry, yet it’s just not a very exciting proposition for enthusiasts. What do you need to know before you buy a Q50? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Infiniti QX50 is basically a decent-handling wagon version of an old G35 that offers good value for the segment and loves to drink fuel. What do you need to know before you buy an Infiniti QX50? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
[You could get an Infiniti I30t with a viscous limited slip front diff and a five-speed manual back in the day. Ah, the height of luxury. Photo Credit: Infiniti]
Infiniti and Red Bull Racing will discontinue their partnership at the end of the 2015 season, one year before their contract was supposed to end. While the F1 team will continue to use Renault engines, the new power units will wear TAG Heuer badges.
Automotive journalists don’t get as many USB sticks at car launches as they used to because everything is in the cloud nowadays, but Infiniti went old school for the Q30, and now I want to start a party with you.
While most of the world gets the Infiniti Q30 with optional all-wheel drive, America had to wait for the arrival of the QX30 to get adventurous with Infiniti’s new compact. So here it is.
Do you happen to be old and lazy enough to put a sloth to shame? I’m sorry, but the Infiniti Q30 is probably not the luxury car for you. Don’t worry, there’s always Lincoln. But if you’re young and active and looking for something different, Infiniti has a very compelling car for you.
Oklahoma Master Patrol Officer Matt Stacy is very, very lucky to be alive after his patrol car, with him standing by its open door, was rammed by a 41-year-old woman in a stolen Infiniti QX80. Officer Stacy’s body camera captured the whole thing, and it’s pretty alarming.
The Infiniti QX80 Limited gets kicked down to the kid’s table of luxury SUVs because look at it. But drive the thing and all of a sudden you’re Shallow Hal discovering the majesty of inner beauty. And it goes even deeper than the quilt-stitched seats.