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INFINITI celebrates its 30th anniversary in Pebble Beach

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – INFINITI returns to the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance as the company continues the celebration of its 30th anniversary. As a part of this milestone, INFINITI will introduce its EDITION 30 models, a line of specially equipped vehicles that highlight the company’s 30-year legacy, in the U.S. Additionally, throughout the weekend INFINITI will showcase its vision for its future showroom while also honoring the company’s heritage at the Japanese Automotive Invitational.

INFINITI debuts EDITION 30 models

In celebration of its 30th anniversary, INFINITI will introduce its EDITION 30 line of specially equipped models at the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. On display at the INFINITI Pavilion throughout the weekend, the EDITION 30 line includes specially trimmed versions of the Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60 and QX80. These vehicles feature exclusive exterior design touches, and they include as standard a collection of the world’s first driver assistance technologies that INFINITI has brought to market.

INFINITI previews its future showroom

From the beginning, INFINITI has worked to redefine the relationship between car and driver, starting with the customer experience in the showroom. When INFINITI arrived on the market, other luxury brands at that time were perceived as unattainable, and INFINITI seized the opportunity to champion a more inclusive environment with a distinctively warm and welcoming atmosphere that continues to draw people in today.

INFINITI celebrates heritage at second-annual Japanese Automotive Invitational

For the second consecutive year, INFINITI, in collaboration with MotorTrend Group, will host the Japanese Automotive Invitational. Bringing even more diversity to the premier automobile celebration, this special event is dedicated to Japanese automotive innovation, design, performance and rich car culture.

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