Is Infiniti Getting The Nissan Juke For China?

Sure, the Nissan Juke looks... unconventional, I guess you could say. But it gets a pass because it's actually a lot amount of fun to drive. Now there's evidence that luxury brand Infiniti might be trying to get in on that sweet Juke action. In China! » 4/14/14 5:30pm Monday 5:30pm

What It's Like To Drive Infiniti's Crazy Drive-By-Wire Steering Tech

Living in New York City, I don't drive very much these days. I still like a hot car and I love driving, especially on the vast and sometimes 80 mph speed limit Texas highways I grew up on. Is it fast? I'm in. Does it look cool? Done. Does it make me look even cooler? Even better. But the reason the 2014 Infiniti Q50s » 1/31/14 12:55pm 1/31/14 12:55pm

Infiniti Will Rename The G37 The Q40 To Keep Dealers Happy

Infiniti might be gunning for AMG and the like in its attempt to be taken seriously around the world, but it still has some problems to contend with in its biggest market. Like what to do with the old G37, which is still one of its best-sellers in the U.S. » 1/24/14 4:00pm 1/24/14 4:00pm

Infiniti Wants A Sub-Brand That Can Eat AMGs For Breakfast

Infiniti has struggled with sales and establishing a clear brand identity for a long time, but new CEO and former Audi exec Johan De Nysschen has his eye on the long game. Among his plans: a real, honest-to-God performance sub-brand. » 1/24/14 10:20am 1/24/14 10:20am

Infiniti's Boss Wants The Brand To Be The Japanese Answer To BMW

I think Infiniti CEO Johan De Nysschen must watch The Dark Knight on repeat a lot, because his plans are a lot like something The Joker was fond of saying in that film: "aggressive expansion." It's how he aims to make Infiniti run with the big dogs for the first time ever. » 1/16/14 4:00pm 1/16/14 4:00pm

The Infiniti Q50's Steer-By-Wire Could Fail When It Gets Cold

When I drove the Infiniti Q50 earlier this year, the question on the minds of journalists and Jalopnik readers alike was "What happens if its electric drive-by-wire steering fails?" Infiniti assured us it's all good, but now a small number of Q50s face a recall for that reason. » 12/16/13 2:00pm 12/16/13 2:00pm

Nissan Brings Infiniti Luxury Brand It Created For U.S. To Japan

This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:30 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? » 11/11/13 10:00am 11/11/13 10:00am

Infiniti Wants Panamera Rival Because They Listen To Sebastian Vettel

Remember the Infiniti Q45? Of course you do. You may also remember how it pretty much vanished without a trace several years ago while Infiniti concentrated on its successful models lower down the food chain. But it could be coming back soon, inspired by the Porsche Panamera and Sebastian Vettel. » 10/20/13 2:16pm 10/20/13 2:16pm

The Tata Nano Failed Because It Was Too Cheap

This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:30 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? » 10/15/13 9:26am 10/15/13 9:26am

The Nissan Skyline Is Probably About To Die

The current Nissan GT-R is not a Skyline. Know what is? The Infiniti G-Series. As usual a premium brand for Japanese luxury cars hasn't been necessary in their homeland, but these days it seems to be different. Lexus are now in Japan, and Nissan are about to start selling Infiniti models in the JDM market as well. With … » 10/14/13 1:11pm 10/14/13 1:11pm

You Should Buy An Infiniti G37 Instead Of A Q50

Despite eventual replacement by the new Infiniti Q50, it turns out the current G37 will soldier on longer than planned. The G37 sedan will continue on with its current form and name alongside the Q50 until 2015, Infiniti says. Here's why you should buy the G instead. » 8/06/13 12:20pm 8/06/13 12:20pm

What Car Had Only One Fatal Flaw?

Sometimes a car is just so nearly perfect, that nobody ever buys it. The connoisseurs get it, sure, but eventually it's cancelled after the company barely turns over 5,000 units and its a shame. Years later they become collectibles, but only after everybody overlooks the one thing that was wrong. » 7/27/13 1:36pm 7/27/13 1:36pm