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Created in 1989, Infiniti is the luxury division of the Japanese automotive manufacturer Nissan. Started as a push by Nissan to target the high-end vehicle segment in North America, Infiniti is best known for its high-performance vehicles, along with extensive aftermarket support for added aesthetic changes.
The first vehicles that Infiniti manufactured were the Q45 and M30. The Q45 had an incredibly high price tag of $140,000 in 1989, the equivalent of $305,933 in current value. The model sold poorly and was discontinued in 1996. Today, Infiniti makes various luxury cars, crossovers, and SUVs. Their current lineup includes the Q50, Q60, QX50, QX55, QX60, and QX80. Infiniti's highest selling year was 2018, in which it sold 149,280 cars total in the US.
Infiniti recently announced they would be revamping their vehicle line over the next few years, with a set plan to have the majority of their portfolio entirely electrified by 2030. They did state that they will continue to include internal combustion engine cars as an option for customers that want them but will continually add new BEVs for those that prefer electric vehicles. One model they've announced is the QX80, a fully electric sedan, along with an electrified SUV model, the QX60.