Infiniti officials say the completely overhauled Q45 flagship sedan now bowing is the first of six all new performance vehicles the Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. luxury division will unveil during the next few years. Vehicles destined for the streets include a production version of the XVL concept, first shown at the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show. The XVL, a small, front-engine, rear-drive, high-performance sports sedan is meant to boost Infiniti volume, which has suffered in comparison with Japanese ...
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