Showing posts in the category of Infiniti FX

Crash, Hit And Run In San Francisco Captured On Dash-Cam

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While dash-cams certainly raise some privacy concerns, they can also be very useful in the event of an accident, even more so when the perpetrator runs away.

Infiniti Previews S Design Package for the QX70 SUV, Will Debut in Paris

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Infiniti has released teaser photos of the QX70 S Design package ahead of its world debut at the Paris Auto Show, where the Japanese brand will also unveil the Q80 Inspiration Concept.

Nitwit Abruptly Changes Lanes, Causes Three-Car Crash

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So what if you miss an exit? Just go for the next one, as the inconvenience of driving a few miles down the road certainly beats causing a serious, life-threatening accident.

Infiniti FX and Ford Mondeo Drivers Walk Away from Head-on Collision!

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Nope, this isn't a flying car from the Back to the Future movies, but the result of a head-on collision between an Infiniti FX and a Ford Mondeo that recently occurred in Russia.

2015 Infiniti QX70 No Longer Available with V8 in the U.S., Starts from $45,850*

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Infiniti has announced U.S. pricing for the 2015 QX70 (formerly FX) and 2015 QX50 (formerly EX) SUVs, with the big news being that the former model is no longer available with the 5.0-liter V8 engine. The 2015 Infiniti QX70 is offered exclusively with a 325hp 3.7-liter V6 gasoline engine, in both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive setups.

Fun Times in Russia with Stuck Infiniti FX

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Without input from the people involved in this incident, the only thing we can do is speculate what’s going on in this video that starts off with an Infiniti FX struggling and spinning its wheels in a snow and mud covered area just off the road.

Halfwit Attempts to Stop Rolling Infiniti by…Stomping the Gas Pedal

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As if exiting a car while it's still rolling without securing it in some way, be that by turning off the engine and placing it out of drive/gear while using the handbrake as well, isn't a daft move in itself, trying to stop it by pressing the gas pedal takes you to a whole new league of foolhardiness, now, doesn't it…

Next Infiniti FX, the QX70, Will Keep Radical Styling, Place More Emphasis on Interior Space

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Aside from the change in their model naming policy, Infiniti has been doing lots of constructive things with its range of cars over the years, tailoring them for specific needs of prospective buyers in any given location around the world. For instance, in Europe, they introduced diesels throughout the range, as otherwise, they would have hardly sold any cars at all.

Infiniti Hands First FX Vettel Edition to Sebastian Vettel

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Being that Sebastian Vettel helped create and even gave his name to the fastest production version of the Infiniti FX, it's only natural that the triple Formula One World Champion gets the very first example of the limited production FX Vettel Edition SUV.

Infiniti delivered the FX Vettel Edition number 001 (of just 150 made) straight to his home in Switzerland on the eve of Vettel's 26th birthday.

What a Tool! Infiniti FX Driver Hits and Runs Away on Russian Highway

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Things really have a tendency to get out of hand in Russia, and a highway crash turns into a felony as an Infiniti FX driver rams a Mitsubishi Colt from behind, launching it into the inner guard rail, causing it to crash quite severely. However, the luxurious Japanese SUV is not seriously damaged, and it speeds away from the scene, disappearing in the distance.

Nissan Compares 2014 GT-R Against 370Z Coupe and Infiniti FX on the Snow

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That the GT-R is a high-performance sports car you can potentially use all year round and in a variety of weather conditions (just as long as you can afford the upkeep…), is a well-known and accepted fact, but how good is it really in snow and how does it compare to other vehicles?

Well, that's a question that would be better answered by someone not related to the company itself for apparent reasons, but that doesn’t mean we're not interested in what Nissan has to say about it in a new video it has released.

Macho Infiniti Driver with a Gun Embarrasses Himself

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America is not the only place in the world with a gun problem, as we’ve witnessed many times through dash-cam videos shot in Russia and the surrounding countries.

This Heavily Modded Infiniti FX Comes from Russia with Love

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Did you know that Miami-based Vossen Wheels has collaborated with a Russian company named Rus Wheels? Neither did we, and to be frank, we probably wouldn't have paid much attention anyway if it weren't for this picture of a customized Infiniti FX shared by the alloy-wheel specialist.

Infiniti Adopts New Naming Strategy, Next G Series will be Called the Q50

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Out with the old, in with the new, or at least that's what Infiniti is saying about its new nomenclature.

Beginning from next year, Infiniti will use the letter "Q" for all sedan, coupe and convertible models and the letters "QX" for SUVs and crossovers, adding a double digit at the end of both to signify the series and the hierarchy within the range.

The first Infiniti model to wear the brand's new badges is the G series' successor that will be revealed in sedan trim at the Detroit auto show in mid-January, and which will be called the Q50.

Infiniti Goes to Brazil, will Launch with a New Sedan, the FX and JX in 2014

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Even though Nissan originally created Infiniti in 1989 to cater to the needs of North American consumers, the Japanese brand has since rapidly expanded its global network that currently includes 47 countries around the globe.

This year alone, Infiniti added Singapore, Chile, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Australia to the list of countries it operates within, with Hong Kong to follow in early 2013.

And that's no all, as on Saturday, Infiniti announced plans to begin sales in Brazil starting in 2014 with the opening of "Infiniti Centres" in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

Infiniti Emerg-e Runs, Breaks Down During Demonstration Laps at Goodwood Hill Climb

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One of the more impressive and unique cars to storm up the Goodwood hill climb this past weekend was Infiniti’s first running prototype of the range-extender Emerg-e sports concept, which was first shown at the 2012 Geneva motor show as a static prototype.

The UK-designed and built concept had a slightly awkward moment on Friday during the demonstrator laps, as according to a video filmed by YouTube user 'MrDHandZ', it either broke down or ran out of electric juice at some point during the race and was carried away on a truck.

While surely an unwelcome development, one should not forget that the Emerg-e is an advanced study making its first public outing as a fully-functioning model in a race. On the Sunday hill climb, the Emerg-e completed the run in the hands of Red Bull Racing's Australian Formula One pilot, Mark Webber.

Infiniti to Debut Running Emerg-E Prototype and Bentley a Surprise Model at the Goodwood Festival

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It might not be a show in the traditional sense, but that isn't stopping carmakers from debuting new models at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed, taking place in Britain from June 28 to July 1.

Today we learn that Infiniti will perform the world premiere of the first running prototype of the UK-designed and built range-extender supercar concept, the Emerg-E, which premiered in static form at this year's Geneva Motor Show in March.

In fact, the Emerg-E will do more than show up as it will participate in the famed Goodwood hill climb alongside other cars including the Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept.

"The Festival of Speed crowds will be seeing EMERG-E in action for the first time ever, even before many of Infiniti's top executives have seen it," commented Jerry Hardcastle, Infiniti Global Chief Marketability Engineer.

Infiniti FX Fettled by UAE-Based Tuning Firm Matdes

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From the far depths of the unknown that is the tuning world of the United Arab Emirates, comes this styling proposal for the Infiniti FX, which was brought to our attention by Carscoop reader Ula K.

Named Matdes, the tuner says it specializes "in creating distinctive individualization design programs for the Infinity FX".

Infiniti Announces 2013 FX37 and EX37 with 325hp V6, G25 Sedan gets the Axe

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The 2013 model year brings a raft of changes and upgrades to Infiniti's U.S. lineup, the most important being the introduction of the new FX37 and EX37 with a more powerful engine, and the company's decision to discontinue the G25 sedan.

We'll start with the 2013 FX37 and EX37 that will replace the 2012 FX35 and EX35 in July and August respectively.

Mildly Updated 2012 Infiniti FX Goes on Sale in Europe

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After last year's presentation, the 2012 Infiniti FX is now available for order across Europe. In the UK, prices remain unchanged, starting from £46,750 for the V6 model and rising to £58,250 for the V8 variant.

Key styling enhancements for the 2012 model include the adoption of Infiniti's signature pinched front grille, a reprofiled front bumper with chrome elements, new alloy wheel designs, a revised meter illumination and a fresh assortment of exterior colors.