CEO Carlos Ghosn takes the new Infiniti Q50 for a road test, as production begins in Japan.
Infiniti's new executive design director Alfonso Albaisa shares his vision for the premium brand.
Infiniti underlined its commitment to China at Auto Shanghai 2013, announcing local production of two models from 2014.
Asia's top auto show kicked off in the world's biggest car market, with some 2,000 exhibitors on hand in Shanghai.
José Muñoz, senior vice president for sales and marketing in Nissan's Americas region, took his new role in late March, after driving a 34-month run of success in Mexico.
With Infiniti’s new South Africa-born president, new headquarters in Hong Kong, newly-appointed global department heads and a growing model lineup, Infiniti is defining its place in the global premium auto category.
As part of a renewed push for lighter, more fuel-efficient cars, Nissan Motor Company has developed stronger, lighter high-tensile steel for use on regular assembly lines.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn explains the new Nismo strategy, including plans for GT-R Nismo, the "Lion in the Jungle".
Nissan subsidiary JATCO announced investment of $220 million to build a second plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico, beginning operations in the summer of 2014.
Infiniti Red Bull Racing reveal the car that will defend the team's Formula One Drivers' and Constructors' titles.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke with the Global Media Center at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on the yen, Japan-China ties, and the outlook for 2013.
Infiniti unveiled its Q50 luxury sports sedan at the North American International Auto Show to a packed crowd of media and industry.
The North American International Auto Show is set to raise expectations of better global growth ahead, as carmakers put all their sights, sounds and scents on display in Detroit.
These are some of the people whom we have met this year that made a difference to Nissan with their enthusiasm and professionalism, helping us keep the stories we tell interesting.
Infiniti, Nissan Motor Company's premium car brand, will manufacture vehicles in Europe for the first time at the award-winning production base in Sunderland, UK.
President of Infiniti, Johan de Nysschen, explains the rationale behind the brand's new nomenclature and what it signifies for its expansion strategy.
Nissan's test track south of its Yokohama headquarters is home to some of the latest advanced technology - the kind of things that could be in your next car.
Coming off of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit, Red Bull Formula 1 driver Mark Webber spoke on his finish and outlook for the rest of the season, which continues next week in Korea.
Red Bull Team Racing Principal Christian Horner details expectations for the weekend's Formula 1 Grand Prix in Suzuka, Japan.
Two-time F1 champion and Infiniti Ambassador Sebastian Vettel is back in Japan ahead of the Suzuka Grand Prix, offering his outlook on the this weekend's race.
Infiniti Johan de Nysschen has said Infiniti will expand its product portfolio to cover the premium market. Speaking in front of the EMERG-E concept at the Paris motor show he said Infiniti is about cars drivers lust over.
The Moscow International Motor Show kicks off, and Nissan eyes becoming Russia's top foreign automaker.
New Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen speaks with the Global Media Center at the Moscow International Motor Show on plans for Russia.
Nissan's St. Petersburg factory is part of a major ramp up in the automaker's top European market.
The new head of Infiniti Global, Johan de Nysschen, discusses plans to grow the Infiniti brand, at the 62nd Annual Pebble Concours d’Elegance.
Traveling the Pacific Coast Highway to Pebble Beach is a famed drive filled with picturesque curves.
Nissan and Infiniti recently opened their largest U.S. training facility, a brand new 31,000-sq. foot center in New Jersey that will serve dealerships in the Northeast region.
Johan de Nysschen, a 19-year veteran of Volkswagen AG’s Audi division, is the new chief of Infiniti.
Infiniti, the luxury arm of Nissan Motor Co., officially opened its new global headquarters in Hong Kong on Tuesday, signaling the rising importance of Asia for high-end automakers.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses Infiniti’s new global headquarters and his outlook for the Chinese auto market.
Infiniti, the luxury vehicle brand of the Nissan Motor Company, has signed a memo of understanding with Magna Steyr for the assembly of a future luxury compact vehicle.
The partnership between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler reached a milestone with groundbreaking on a new manufacturing facility in Decherd, Tenn., which will produce Mercedes-Benz engines for Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz models.
Nissan and Infiniti have expanded into a key-sales market known for a strong interest in leading-edge technology and environmentally-smart products with two new dealerships in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
Infiniti is shifting its global headquarters to Hong Kong, launching car production in China, and increasing mainland dealerships, on the road to becoming Asia's luxury brand.
For the first time, Infiniti invited Chinese automotive media to the United States for a hands-on orientation of a new Infiniti model - the all-new JX.
The Infiniti LE Concept makes its world debut at the 2012 New York International Auto Show, a near-production version of the performance luxury brand's first zero emission luxury sedan.
Nissan debuts its next-generation connected car system, NissanConnect, with the new Altima at the New York Auto Show, while the reveal of the zero-emission Infiniti LE highlights the dual-display concept, a technology developed with Intel.
The first Infiniti JX built at Nissan's manufacturing facility in Smyrna rolls off the production line, marking a new milestone for the plant and the first ever luxury vehicle to be built in Tennessee.
Infiniti eyes growth in the U.S. with all-new, high-volume products.
Nissan Mexicana President Jose Munoz discusses achievements in 2011 and plans for 2012, including construction of a new manufacturing plant in Aguascalientes that will complement two existing Mexican factories from late 2013.
Francois Bancon, deputy division general manager for product strategy and product planning, discusses the challenges of designing a sports car featuring an alternative propulsion system.