GENEVA – Japanese Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. dealers will lose their Fuga and Skyline models when the Infiniti brand is launched sometime after March 2008, but Infiniti will be a stronger brand because of the separation. "For us to develop a truly credible luxury brand, we have to be successful in our home market," Steve Wilhite, Nissan's senior vice president-global sales and marketing, tells Ward’s. Today, several cars sold as Infinitis elsewhere show up first in Japan with the Nissan ...

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