Can Infiniti New Cars Compete In The Future?

After the Japanese premium car brand, Infiniti celebrated its 30th-anniversary today’s episode of Special Coverage program takes a closer look at the company’s history and how Infiniti new cars evolved.

In this episode, our website founder Mousub Shashaa goes through some of the most important milestones in the history of this luxurious car brand since it was established in 1989, he also mentions some of the technologies and breakthroughs made by Infiniti and its contribution to the development of the automotive sector, and eventually, he takes a glimpse into the future of Infiniti the next 10 years.

But before that, we would like to remind you of previous adventures we had with Infiniti cars:

A Long Drive with The New Infiniti QX50 In Gulf Summer.

Tips For Driving Safely In Heavy Rain 

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In 1985, Nissan managers thought about allocating a section of the company whose task is to produce high-performance luxury cars. In order to target the premium vehicle segments in the United States that would not have otherwise fit in with Nissan’s more mainstream image. Until this day the Infiniti marque is not used in Japan.

As Mousub explained in the episode The Infiniti marque was launched with two models, a full-size luxury car Q45, and a 2-door coupe M30

At the beginning of the nineties Infiniti introduced the G20, and the J30 , and the year 1995 witnessed a key milestone in the development of Infiniti cars with a new generation of V6 engines, VQ engines, that were considered among the top 10 engines in the world.

 

In the early years of the new millennium, Infiniti began to provide more advanced systems on its cars such as the intelligent cruise control and a rear camera system with tracks, as well as voice command control.

In 2018 it was announced officially by the CEO of the company that Infiniti new cars will become electric, by 2021 all models will become electric or hybrid, and that the Japanese company Infiniti has a future vision of its own for developing systems in electric cars.

Will Infiniti succeed competing against established electric cars manufacturers? We’ll see in the coming years!

 

 

 

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