Infiniti is to Nissan what Lexus is to Toyota: the premium arm of a mainstream car maker.
Infiniti’s current model range includes the Q30 hatchback, Q50 executive saloon and Q60 coupé, all of which go head to head with cars from the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. There’s also the QX30, a small SUV.
The brand has so far struggled to make a big impact on British buyers due to high prices, but most of the time that’s partially offset by a long list of standard equipment.
Future plans include a new range of electric vehicles and a smart petrol engine that is said to offer diesel-like fuel economy.