The letter Q stands for quarrel, as Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. files suit in a Michigan court against Audi AG for its decision to use Q to name future cross/utility vehicles. Nissan attests that Audi’s use of the letter infringes on the trademarks it has established in naming vehicles with Q since 1989, including the Q45 sedan and QX4 and QX56 SUVs. It reportedly also has trademarked “the new Q.” Audi, which uses the letter A for many of its cars, has said it will release the Q5 and Q7 CUVs ...

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