SUNDERLAND, U.K. – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will consider bringing Infiniti to Europe in two years, if the luxury marque establishes itself profitably in the U.S. in that time. Through October, U.S. Infiniti sales were up 19.6% to 70,990 units, while rival Lexus was up 5.5% to 192,155 units. Since launching several months behind Lexus in 1989, Infiniti has remained about one-third the size of the Toyota luxury brand. Infiniti brand may come to Europe. The flagship Q45 was the ...
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