SAN DIEGO – Barely a decade into its crusade to stand toe-to-toe with German-made sport/luxury sedans, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s Infiniti upscale division launches its most convincing thrust yet, the athletic and accelerative G35. Infiniti and its archrival, Toyota Motor Corp.'s Lexus division, haven't exactly shamed themselves with their prior efforts at chipping at that vaunted German performance heritage. Both companies stood the industry on its head with their initial 1990 flagships, the ...
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