DALLAS — When it comes to executing its oft-discussed revival plan, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. did not forget to invite its Infiniti luxury division to the party. Infiniti pins its hopes on the redesigned and reengineered Q45 flagship sedan to drive enthusiasm back into the 12-year-old luxury marque. “We need to separate Infiniti — our identity — from Lexus,” says Steve Kight, Infiniti director of marketing. The Q45 is the first manifestation of this new identity and — like what the ...
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