NEW YORK – Although it was discontinued by Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Infiniti brand nearly three years ago, the I-series model appears poised to make a comeback. Mark Igo, Infiniti vice president and general manager, says a return of the I, which in its last generation was equipped with Nissan’s award-winning 3.5L V-6 VQ series engine and slotted in the upper midsize luxury sedan segment, is “possible.” “We’re always looking for new opportunities and unmet needs,” he says. A trademark ...

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