Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly settles its lawsuit in federal court in Detroit against Audi AG over its use of a “Q” model designation. Nissan alleged the German auto maker did not have the right to use the designation in its upcoming '06 Q7 SUV because the letter has been frequently used by Nissan to identify its vehicles. Nissan currently has four registered trademarks for the letter “Q,” including the Infiniti Q45 sedan and QX56 luxury SUV. Audi is using the “Q” designation to ...

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