Infiniti Will Finally Be Sold in Japan
Some have found it interesting that Japanese car manufacturer Nissan did not sell their Infiniti luxury brand in their home country, but that is changing. This is part of an ongoing effort to make Infiniti a worldwide brand rather than one that is predominantly sold only in the United States. They will be starting with the Skyline, known in the United States as the Q50.
“We decided to put (on) the Infiniti badge so that we can promise to our customers that the new Skyline is a global premium sedan,” said Executive Vice President Hiroto Saikawa, recently been promoted to the company’s de facto No.2.
According to Reuters:
Nissan said the redesigned Infiniti-badged Skyline would be sold at Nissan dealerships in Japan. It would not set up an Infiniti-only sales and service network in Japan; nor would it introduce a range of Infiniti vehicles in the home market.
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