PRESS KIT - INFINITI G LINE: NOT YOUR AVERAGE SPORTS SEDAN

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At a glance
• Most recommended car in its class in the USA (Source: AutoPacific)
• Tuneful 3.7-litre V6 engine producing 235 kW (320 PS) in all versions
• Long wheelbase for spacious five-seater cabin
• Sporty rear-drive or intelligent all-wheel drive versions
• 6-speed manual or adaptive 7-speed automatic with paddle-shift
• 250 km/h top speed, 0-100 km/h in 5.8sec
• 10.6 l/100km (combined cycle), 248 g/km of CO2
• 4-Wheel Active Steer standard on driver-focused S and S Premium
• All versions with self-repairing Scratch Shield paint
• High level of passive safety including pedestrian-friendly pop-up bonnet
• VIP service for all includes free car pickup/delivery
• New look and enhanced interior for 2010
• Premium versions with standard Connectiviti+ satnav/multimedia and Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)

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PRESS KIT - INFINITI G LINE: NOT YOUR AVERAGE SPORTS SEDAN (12/10/10)

Faster than many sports cars and just as involving, with its super-stiff chassis and optional paddle-shift automatic transmission, the revised Infiniti G for 2010 is the complete luxury sedan for drivers seeking a more individual alternative to the ubiquitous stars of the compact executive class. With dynamic new front-end styling and enhanced interior, the charismatic V6 range includes new Premium versions equipped as standard with all of Infiniti’s most in-demand safety and convenience features

At a glance
• Most recommended car in its class in the USA (Source: AutoPacific)
• Tuneful 3.7-litre V6 engine producing 235 kW (320 PS) in all versions
• Long wheelbase for spacious five-seater cabin
• Sporty rear-drive or intelligent all-wheel drive versions
• 6-speed manual or adaptive 7-speed automatic with paddle-shift
• 250 km/h top speed, 0-100 km/h in 5.8sec
• 10.6 l/100km (combined cycle), 248 g/km of CO2
• 4-Wheel Active Steer standard on driver-focused S and S Premium
• All versions with self-repairing Scratch Shield paint
• High level of passive safety including pedestrian-friendly pop-up bonnet
• VIP service for all includes free car pickup/delivery
• New look and enhanced interior for 2010
• Premium versions with standard Connectiviti+ satnav/multimedia and Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)

OVERVIEW: EXCLUSIVITY AS STANDARD
The Infiniti G Line competes in the highly competitive compact executive sector of the market where German badges dominate – but where there’s an increasing thirst for something new, different and fresh. Infiniti’s distinctive and dynamic V6-powered sports four-door arrives in this market not looking to convert the masses, but instead to offer free-thinking individuals the alternative they crave.

The G might be Infiniti’s lead-in model but there is nothing entry-level about the 250 km/h sedan’s luxurious cabin, long list of standard equipment and sports car-beating performance. 

With 235 kW (320 PS) in all versions, the G offers effortlessly rapid progress, its speed across the ground (0-100 km/h in just 5.8 seconds in the manual version) backed up by a strong sports focus in its driver-oriented cockpit and responsive handling, specially tuned for European roads.

The power is not at the expense of efficiency thanks to Infiniti’s patented VVEL (Variable Valve Event and Lift) technology that ensures the optimum fuel/air mix at any point in the wide rpm range. Extensive weight-saving measures also feature, along with an optional 7-speed adaptive automatic transmission, complete with gearshift paddles behind the steering wheel. A 6-speed manual gearbox is standard.

As with other Infinitis, the G is based on the immensely rigid FM platform whose long-wheelbase architecture provides not just the stance and balance of a true sports sedan, but also the cabin room for up to five adults. Wheelbase, a key indicator of legroom, is almost 100 mm longer than that of the BMW 3-series.

As befits the individual nature of both the car and the service behind it, there are versions to please all drivers. The GT puts the emphasis on luxury; the x comes with standard intelligent all-wheel drive as well as standard automatic transmission; and the S takes the already highly resolved handling to a new level of driver involvement. Not just big wheels and badges here, then: the S benefits from the unique addition of 4-Wheel Active Steer (4WAS) along with a Viscous Limited Slip Differential (VLSD), sports suspension and upgraded brakes. It is a driver’s car through and through.

New in 2010 are Premium versions of the GT and S models, developed in response to customer demand for cars with the highest standard specification possible. All Premium models come with Infiniti’s 30 GB hard disk drive (HDD) information and entertainment platform, Connectiviti+, with its innovative satellite navigation system’s access to tourist information and points of interest (POI) from the Michelin Red and Green Guides. Also standard is a Bose® 10-speaker sound system, reversing camera and Infiniti’s innovative safety technology, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) combined with Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA).

The Premium models, expected to be the top sellers, are like every model in the G Line in offering standard features that buyers in the class expect – but often have to pay more for elsewhere. All Gs also come with features others don’t offer at any price, such as Scratch Shield “self healing” paint. This unique Infiniti technology can show up to five times fewer scratches than a car with a conventional clearcoat.

G Line owners also benefit from Infiniti’s Total Ownership Experience, a new level of customer service that’s been honed to perfection over the past 20 years in other markets around the world. Such as the USA, where in a “would you recommend your car?” survey of 25,000 drivers, 95% of G owners said they would. It was the highest percentage of recommendations won by any single model (Source: AutoPacific).

The G sedan range is as follows:

G
Key numbers: 250 km/h, 5.8 sec 0-100 km/h, 10.6 l/100km (combined), 248 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights: Bi-Xenon cornering headlights, “self-healing” paint, power front seats, parking sensors, pedestrian-friendly pop-up bonnet, Connectiviti multimedia system with iPod connection, Bluetooth and 2 GB Music Box, LED taillights, 18-inch alloy wheels

x
Key numbers: 240 km/h, 6.0 sec 0-100 km/h, 11.0 l/100km (combined), 255 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights, as G plus: 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift, electronic active torque split all-wheel drive

GT
Key numbers: 250 km/h, 5.8 sec 0-100 km/h, 10.6 l/100km (combined), 248 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights, as G plus: Leather upholstery, 10-way power driver’s seat with lumbar adjustment, heated front seats, smart I-Key with memory

xGT
Key numbers: 240 km/h, 6.0 sec 0-100 km/h, 11.0 l/100km (combined), 255 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights, as GT plus: 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift, electronic active torque split all-wheel drive

GT Premium
Key numbers: 250 km/h, 5.8 sec 0-100 km/h, 10.6 l/100km (combined), 248 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights, as GT plus: Connectiviti+ HDD satnav, 30 GB Music Box, Bose® 10-speaker sound system, reversing camera, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)

xGT Premium
Key numbers: 240 km/h, 6.0 sec 0-100 km/h, 11.0 l/100km (combined), 255 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights, as GT Premium plus: 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift, electronic active torque split all-wheel drive

S
Key numbers: 250 km/h, 5.8 sec 0-100 km/h, 10.6 l/100km (combined), 248 g/km of CO2
Specification highlights, as base plus: 4-Wheel Active Steer, Viscous Limited Slip Differential, 18-inch sports alloy wheels, sports suspension, enhanced braking, leather front heated seats, 14-way power driver’s sports seat, tyre pressure monitoring system

S Premium
Key numbers: 250 km/h, 5.8 sec 0-100 km/h, 10.6 l/100km (combined), 248 g/km of CO2
Spec highlights, as S plus: Connectiviti+ HDD satnav, 10 GB Music Box, Bose® 10-speaker sound system, reversing camera, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)

Options
The 7-speed ASC automatic transmission, complete with magnesium gearshift paddles, is available on the rear-drive Gs as an option. (It is standard on the all-wheel drive x models.)

Other options are sparse in the face of such comprehensive standard equipment. Highlights include: Laser-governed Intelligent Cruise Control (full speed range) and Intelligent Brake Assist (GT and S only); electric glass sunroof (GT and S only); hand-stained Maple Wood interior trim (automatic versions only); Connectiviti+ 30 GB HDD navigation with 3D POI and Michelin Guides, high-resolution touch screen, 10 GB Music Box with 300 CD storage capacity, rear view camera, and 10-speaker Bose® sound system (GT and S only).

G LINE IN DETAIL

Exterior design
The G achieves its understated sophistication through a blend of good proportions, flowing lines and elegant detailing. It clearly looks to be what it is: a high quality, compact sports sedan, albeit one with a different, warmer take on the sporting four-door norm.

The proportions are classic Infiniti. The bonnet is long and low, the front overhang short, the cabin visually pushed back towards the high and short tail and the muscular haunches. This could only be a front engine/rear-wheel drive car. 

Subtle styling enhancements for the 2010 Model Year introduce a more sculptural front end which ties the design more closely to that of the G Coupé. New front light clusters and a fresh-looking iteration of the familiar double-arch Infiniti grille are the main component changes, while a redesigned under-bumper section with recessed, wide-set foglights (previously the foglights were set into the main light clusters) gives the G a more purposeful edge to its already striking visual impact.

A low centre of gravity and balanced front-to-rear weight distribution are the trademark characteristics of the FM “front midship” platform on which every G Line model is based. But the 2850mm wheelbase – long by the standards of the premium compact class – also lends the G a strikingly elegant silhouette. This is heightened by the subtly rising beltline, a near coupé-like arc to the roofline and chrome-edged glasshouse cut short at the back by the dynamic C-pillar.

Design details are handled with Infiniti’s usual appreciation of both aesthetics and Japanese culture, as well as technical precision. The grille’s “twisted” horizontal blades are inspired by traditional Japanese swords. The distinctive wraparound LED taillights are another Infiniti design signature. A neat, upswept spoiler integrated into the boot lid contributes to zero-lift aerodynamics over the rear axle.

Interior design
Fulfilling the sometimes conflicting demands of both driver and passengers, the G’s cabin is an exemplar of the design DNA that distinguishes the interiors of all Infiniti’s models, up to and including the FX50S flagship.

The key characteristics of this DNA are a “scooped out” feel on the driver’s side of the car; a welcoming, open feeling for passengers; the “double wave” dashboard upper section linked to a central vertical spine for a feeling of solidity; an abundance of natural materials; and, as with the exterior, a nod at Japanese culture.

Enhancements for 2010 models include the introduction of textured aluminium trim reminiscent of Japanese calligraphy along with a new high gloss finish for the Rosewood inserts and a redesigned centre console based on that of the EX and FX crossovers.

All of this, plus the generous level of standard equipment, makes the G’s spacious cabin a warm and welcoming environment with comfort and quality uppermost – exactly what buyers expect of a premium car.

What they may not expect – but which is central to the Infiniti way of doing things – is a very driver-centric approach for the person sitting behind the steering wheel. The driver’s seat (with eight-way power adjustment standard) offers comfort with support while the leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel is fully adjustable to enable most sizes to find the ideal driving position. Infiniti priorities of a logical control layout and absolute instrument clarity, day or night, make the driver’s job easier still, while the I-Key smart access system and push button starter further add to the convenience.

Engine and transmission
All versions of the G are powered by Infiniti’s latest 3.7-litre V6 engine. It’s a potent, high revving 24-valve twin-cam unit whose VVEL variable valve technology ensures maximum efficiency in all driving conditions. Power peaks at 235 kW (320 PS) at 7000rpm while there is an impressive 360 Nm of torque at 5200rpm.

Constructed from lightweight aluminium, the engine features a two-part bed-plate construction which is more rigid than a single-piece casting. This reduces vibration levels and permits sustained use at higher revs.

The VQ37 unit features Variable Valve Event and Lift technology to optimize efficiency and, in turn, the balance between power, response, fuel efficiency and emissions. By continually altering valve lift and therefore the quantity of air in the combustion chamber, the VVEL system provides a more powerful combustion phase to increase torque and power. Best of all, as the valves control the intake rather than a conventional butterfly, response to throttle inputs is immediate.

Apart from using less fuel and lowering emissions compared to an engine with a standard valve lift system, the VVEL engine couples a satisfyingly sporty high-rpm roar – the result of specially tuned equal-length exhaust manifolds – with a driving ease born of torque that builds progressively, with nothing “peaky” about the power delivery.

And of course it does deliver very high performance. Equipped with the standard 6-speed manual gearbox, the entry G is a 250 km/h car that can accelerate from standstill to 100 km/h in just 5.8 seconds. With the optional automatic, the sprint takes just one-tenth of a second more while top speed is the same (restricted) 250 km/h. Even the four-wheel drive x model despatches 0-100 km/h in only 6.0 sec.

On fuel economy, the automatic – a state of the art 7-speed unit with Adaptive Shift Control and gearshift paddles – just pips the manual. On the combined cycle the rear-drive G models with the optional automatic return 10.5 l/100km with 246 g/km of CO2 against the manual’s 10.6 l/100km and 248g/km.

The ASC auto’s standard shift paddles, crafted from solid magnesium and located behind the steering wheel, offer the precise control of a manual gearbox with the convenience of two-pedal motoring. When not in manual mode, the ASC gearbox operates as a full, torque-converter automatic with the further facility to select the DS “drive sport” mode which allows the engine to rev to the red line, and changes down more readily under braking.

On the road
It may be a sedan with plenty of room for five and a comfortable ride, but the G is perfectly able to tackle a demanding road like a sports car when required.

The key is its second-generation version of Infiniti’s FM platform which sites the bulk of the engine behind the front axle line; this is as close as you can get to a “mid-engined” sedan. Ensuring a substantial part of the engine’s weight is within the wheelbase means crisper turn-in to corners, without the nose-heavy feel of some sports sedans. The FM platform also aids cornering by positioning the engine low down in the chassis, resulting in a lower centre of gravity.

With the sedan’s fully independent suspension, much of it made from lightweight aluminium, the G offers agility and stability in equal measure. The rear-wheel drive ensures that steering feel remains uncorrupted, while sophisticated electronic traction and stability control systems provide a safety net for the unexpected.

All G Line models come with vented disc brakes with ABS, Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA). The power steering system is a vehicle-speed-sensing type that provides optimum steering effort at all vehicle speeds. The G also offers a comfortable and quiet ride, thanks in part to the multilink rear suspension being mounted on its own subframe, helping reduce road noise.

x and S versions of the G build on these common foundations to offer their own distinct extra abilities.

An x badge identifies all-wheel drive versions with Infiniti’s ATTESA E-TS (Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All Electronic Torque Split) system, as found on EX37 and FX crossovers. The system uses an active centre clutch as the means to distribute torque, up to 50% to the front wheels or 100% to the rear. By constantly adjusting the power the system generates greater grip and better manoeuvrability on slippery surfaces without compromising the rear-wheel drive performance characteristics on dry roads.

The S model is the sportiest G Line and features a number of chassis changes in keeping with its sharper profile. The principal enhancement is the addition of 4-Wheel Active Steer (4WAS). This helps improve handling still further by varying the front steering ratio and adjusting the geometry of the rear suspension according to steering input and vehicle speed. The S also comes with a Viscous Limited Slip Differential (VLSD), recalibrated suspension settings and an enhanced braking system with four-piston front brakes and two-piston rears.

EQUIPMENT AND FEATURES

Standard on Infiniti G
• Bi-Xenon adaptive cornering headlights with washers
• “Self-healing” Scratch Shield paint
• Pedestrian-friendly pop-up bonnet
• Electronic Stability Program
• Front and rear parking sensors
• Vehicle-speed-sensing power steering
• Power reach and rake steering column adjustment
• 8-way power driver’s seat
• 4-way power passenger’s seat
• Adjustable lumbar support (driver’s seat)
• Dual zone automatic climate control
• Shodo aluminium interior trim
• Smart access I-Key and push button starter
• Follow Me Home lights
• Cruise control/speed limiter
• Ski hatch
• 10-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels
• Six airbags
• Active front head restraints
• Colour central display and Infiniti Controller
• Single CD reader (MP3/WWA compatible) and 2 GB Music Box
• 7-speaker audio system
• USB/iPod connectivity and AUX-in RCA
• Bluetooth hands-free phone system
• LED rear tail-lights
• Leather-trimmed multifunction steering wheel
• Auto dimming rear-view mirror
• Rain and light sensors

Infiniti x adds
• Intelligent All-Wheel Drive
• 7-speed ASC automatic transmission with manual mode and magnesium shift paddles

Infiniti GT
Over the G, the GT adds:
• Leather upholstery
• 10-way power driver’s seat with electric lumbar adjustment
• 8-way power front passenger seat
• Heated front seats
• I-Key memory for driver’s seat/steering wheel/mirror positions

Infiniti x GT adds
• Intelligent All-Wheel Drive
• 7-speed ASC automatic transmission with manual mode and magnesium shift paddles

Infiniti GT Premium
Over the GT, the GT Premium adds:
• High resolution touch screen and Infiniti Controller
• 30 GB HDD navigation with voice recognition, TMC (Traffic Message Channel), Michelin Guides and 3D POI
• 10 GB Music Box to store up to 300 CDs, supported by Gracenote® music database
• Rear view camera
• Bose® Premium Sound System with 10 speakers
• Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) with Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA)

Infiniti x GT Premium adds
• Intelligent All-Wheel Drive
• 7-speed ASC automatic transmission with manual mode and magnesium shift paddles

Infiniti S
Over the base G, the S adds:
• 4-Wheel Active Steer (4WAS)
• Viscous Limited Slip Differential (VLSD)
• Sports suspension
• Opposed caliper brakes (4-piston front, 2-rear)
• Aluminium pedals and footrest
• Leather sports seats (heated)
• 14-way power driver’s seat
• 8-way power front passenger seat
• Tyre pressure monitoring system
• 10-spoke 18-inch alloy sports wheels
• I-Key memory for driver’s seat/steering wheel/mirror positions

Infiniti S Premium
Over the S, the S Premium adds:
• High-resolution touch screen and Infiniti Controller
• 30 GB HDD navigation with voice recognition, TMC (Traffic Message Channel), Michelin Guides and 3D POI
• 10 GB Music Box to store up to 300 CDs, supported by Gracenote® music database
• Rear view camera
• Bose® Premium Sound System with 10 speakers
• Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) with Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA)

Infiniti G Sedan options
• 7-speed ASC automatic transmission with magnesium gearshift paddles
• Laser-governed Intelligent Cruise Control
• Electric glass sunroof
• High gloss hand-stained Maplewood interior trim (automatic only)
• Ski bag
• Metallic paint (Scratch Shield standard)
• Multimedia pack of Connectiviti+ HDD voice recognition navigation and 10 GB Music Box, rear view camera and Bose® Premium Sound System with 10 speakers

Options in detail 
• ASC automatic transmission
Infiniti’s Adaptive Shift Control (ASC) gearbox is equipped with seven speeds which allows the intermediate gears to be optimally spaced for performance while retaining a long-legged seventh for improved fuel economy and refinement on the motorway. Smoothness and response are guaranteed by the ASC software “adapting” to one of three change programs dependent on how the car is being driven. In manual mode, the large magnesium gearshift paddles behind the steering wheel offer the driver full control for an even more rewarding drive.

• Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)
Should the distance to the vehicle in front shorten significantly, the Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) will let you know by way of visual and acoustic signals. If necessary, the Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA) autonomously slows down the Infiniti G until you’ve regained the optimum distance from the car in front. When coupled with automatic transmission, the Low-Speed Following feature (LSF) automatically adapts to slow-moving driving situations such as congested city traffic. By intelligently braking the vehicle, it maintains your distance to the vehicle in front.

• Bose® sound system
The custom-engineered sound system sets a new standard for stereo performance in a car. Its 10 high-performance speakers provide crisp musical detail with impactful low notes bringing G owners closer to the power and emotion of a live concert performance.

LIVING WITH THE G LINE

Safety
As with all Infiniti models, high levels of passive safety were a priority from the design stage. As a result, the G has a full complement of six airbags, with dual-stage front airbags, seatbelt sensors and passenger seat occupancy sensor. The front seats incorporate hip and thorax bags, while there are front-to-rear curtain airbags for protection in a side impact.

Also standard is a pop-up bonnet, designed to offer greater protection for pedestrians. In the event of a collision, a small pyrotechnic charge raises the edge of the bonnet where it meets the base of the windscreen. This creates a larger “cushion” area between the bonnet and the top of the engine, providing a more yielding surface which helps to reduce potential injuries.

Quality
Infiniti is synonymous with vehicle quality, and that’s something that doesn’t happen by accident.

On the Tochigi production line in Japan every vehicle – not just every tenth – is laser scanned to ensure that panel gaps are within prescribed limits.

During the design and development phase, new models are exhaustively tested not just at Infiniti’s Hokkaido proving ground but also at the Tochigi and Motegi test and race complexes in Japan. Infiniti also has a vast 12.34 million square metre hot weather testing base in Arizona.

Testing every Infiniti in the harshest of conditions and over thousands of kilometres ensures the durability and peace of mind that buyers can expect from the products.

Total Ownership Experience
Infiniti does not just offer a new range of cars to Europe but also a new way of looking after their owners. The Total Ownership Experience – a system honed to perfection around the world since Infiniti’s inception 20 years ago – puts the customer first at every twist and turn of running a car. Even when the customer is not actually driving an Infiniti.

VIP-type levels of service care are based on a free car pickup and delivery service (subject to distance). It’s a bespoke approach to meeting individual owners’ needs which applies at every stage of choosing, buying and running an Infiniti.

To ensure life with an Infiniti G flows totally smoothly, every Infiniti owner is assigned their own Customer Account Manager who becomes their single point of contact throughout their period of ownership.

Each G also comes with a mobility package of roadside assistance and touring assistance. But it takes things a stage further by focusing on the owner rather than the car, so they are never left stranded, whatever the circumstance.

The showrooms, like the service, are not like those of other brands, either. Infiniti Centers epitomize “modern luxury”. They are built on a grand scale to be visually and technologically stunning but also welcoming and relaxing. Visitors can get to know the cars, feel and smell the leather thanks to giant swatches, explore colour and trim possibilities on plasma screens or simply enjoy a coffee while browsing the variety of Infiniti information packs.

Infiniti’s partners in these Centers are groups that have solid experience retailing luxury brands. That means customer-focused staff who are used to selling luxury goods to discerning clients. Infiniti Centre staff are able to advise on a range of bespoke services from test drives to tailored finance and maintenance packages.

Europe-wide, 80 Infiniti Centers, located in some of Europe’s best addresses, are due to be open for business by the end of 2010.

An unmatched online experience at www.infiniti.com complements the Infiniti Centers.

INFINITI G S-grade VS RIVALS

Longest wheelbase for extra cabin room

INFINITI BMW Audi
G Sedan 3 series 330i A4 3.2 FSI
Length 4775mm 4531mm 4703mm
Wheelbase 2850mm 2760mm 2808mm
Kerb weight 1709kg 1565kg  1665kg
Boot 450 litres 460 litres 480 litres

Most power and torque, fastest acceleration

INFINITI BMW Audi
G Sedan 3 series 330i A4 3.2 FSI
Power 235kW (320PS)  200kW (272PS)  195kW (265PS)
Torque 360Nm  320Nm 330Nm
Top speed 250 km/hr 250 km/hr 250 km/hr
0-100 km/hr 5.8 sec 6.1 sec 6.6 sec

Manual and automatic gearbox options, only one with 7-speed auto

INFINITI BMW Audi
G Sedan 3 series 330i A4 3.2 FSI
Engine 3.7 V6 3.0 6-cyl 3.2 V6
Gears 6MT or 7AT 6MT or 6AT Multitronic
Combined fuel consumption 10.6 l/100km 7.4 l/100km 8.4 l/100km
CO2 emissions 248 g/km 173 g/km 197 g/km
Emissions class Euro 5  Euro 5  Euro 5 

CONCLUSION
The compact premium car market is highly competitive and full of very good cars. The mostly German contenders boast good looks, performance, features and driver appeal. Which is what the Japanese interloper, the Infiniti G Line, also offers – but in rather more generous quantities and, crucially, overlaid with its own distinct, non-German personality. The G is the exciting alternative to mass market stars – a car built without compromise for people who want to bring some individualism into their motoring lives.

(ends)

• Infiniti comes from Japan.  Its line-up of performance sedans, coupés and crossovers is now being launched across Western Europe through a dedicated network of Infiniti Centres which share a commitment to individualised and exceptional customer service.  For more information, see www.infiniti.eu.

PRESS INFORMATION AND PHOTOGRAPHS ARE AVAILABLE FROM www.infinitipress.eu.  NO PASSWORD IS REQUIRED.  OR FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Wayne Bruce
Global Communications Director
M: +44 7768802176
E: wayne.bruce@infiniti.eu


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