Infiniti wants to expand its lineup by 60% by 2020
Infiniti, the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese automaker Nissan, had announced plans to expand its “premium model range” by around 60% by the end of the decade.
Infiniti EMEA Vice President Francois Goupil de Bouillé, speaking at the opening of the automaker’s new design studio in London, said “Our passion for design will deliver a broad range of very distinct premium vehicles. The expansion of our product portfolio is at the core of our growth plan.”
Infiniti executive design director Alfonso Albaisa, echoing Mr. Bouillé’s sentiments, said “With our new generation models, we want to express all that passion plus a new romanticism, and London is a great place to find the inspiration for it. London buzzes with youthful excitement. We are here to pick up that buzz and tailor premium products so they deliver a European take on Infiniti.”
While Infiniti declined to say which models it would be adding to the lineup, the automaker did reiterate that the Q80 Inspiration concept is a preview for a new range-topping sedan. That automaker is also working on two more entry-level models, called the Q30 and the QX30, as well as an electric vehicle which has been dubbed the LE.
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