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Infiniti Australia announces new boss, closes Brisbane showroom

Infiniti has announced Guy Street as its new Managing Director in Australia, just 13 months after Jean-Philippe Roux was replaced by Chang-hwan (CH) Lee. Roux had held the position since late 2014, and his exit last year saw him take up a senior Nissan role in Europe...

Infiniti electric cars to offer at least 500km range

Having announced its plans to build a new electricified vehicle platform, reports have revealed Infiniti's battery-electric cars will have a range of at least 500km. Speaking to Automotive News, the brand's president, Roland Krueger, suggested 311 miles (500km) would be the minimum range offered by cars on the new battery-based platform...

2018 Ward's 10 Best Interiors List announced

Forty new or significantly upgraded interiors were nominated and tested for the 2018Ward's Auto best interior list, with American vehicles taking three spots, two hailing from Europe, and five from Asia. Again a sizeable proportion of the winners are luxury models, but mainstream vehicles were represented by the Hyundai Kona, Chevrolet Equinox, and Toyota Camry...

CarAdvice podcast 100: We celebrate our 100th episode at Mercedes me Melbourne! 

We celebrate our 100th episode at Mercedes me Melbourne! On the panel this week is Mandy Turner, Andrew Beecher, Alborz Fallah, Tony Crawford, Mike Stevens, Scott Collie and James Wong. In car news, the BMW Concept iX3 and 2019 Lexus ES has been revealed, and Mercedes-Benz A-Class L sedan and Mercedes-Maybach Vision Ultimate Luxury has been unveiled...

Infiniti confirms new electrified platform

Infiniti has announced it is developing a new electrified vehicle platform based on the Q Inspiration concept revealed at this year's Detroit motor show. Speaking at a preview event ahead of the Beijing motor show, Infiniti chairman and global president, Ronald Krueger, confirmed the news and reiterated the company's focus on the Chinese market...

2019 Infiniti QX60 Limited, QX80 Limited revealed

Infiniti has unveiled the QX60 Limited and QX80 Limited ahead of the New York motor show this week, which are essentially high-end takes on its popular SUV models. Both models include exclusive appointments compared to their lesser variants, including exterior cosmetics and interior trim elements...

Infiniti Q60 Black S: Hardcore hybrid set for October reveal

Infiniti is expected to reveal its production-ready, performance hybrid Q60 Black S at this year’s Paris motor show in October, but you won’t see it on sale until at least 2020 — provided it’s green lit for production by company chiefs at all. The 500hp (370kW) Black S model will tap into the company’s collaboration with the Renault Sport Formula 1 team...

CarAdvice podcast 94: On location at our ute megatest!

We're on location this week from the Melbourne 4x4 Training and Proving Ground for our ute mega test with Mandy Turner, CEO Andrew Beecher, Mike Costello, Curt Dupriez and Kez Casey. In car news, the Volkswagen Golf GTE has been ruled out for Australia, the Subaru Forester has been teased, and Lexus says autonomous cars are dangerous in cities...

2018 Infiniti QX80 pricing and specs

The updated 2018 Infiniti QX80 has arrived in Australia, priced from $110,900 before on-road costs. Key changes for the extensively revised SUV include the refreshed exterior, which includes new headlights, bumpers, grille, bonnet, wheels, and tail-lights. Infiniti says the bonnet is 20mm higher than before and 90mm longer – lending a more muscular stance...

Nissan Design Europe celebrates 15 favourite models

Nissan Design Europe is celebrating 15 years at its London premises by showcasing 15 of its most significant models. The studio is the brand's creative hub and is vital to Nissan’s success in Europe, where it answered the demand for crossovers, in particular the Qashqai and Juke...

Japan owned the 2018 Detroit motor show

Michigan may well be home to the ‘Big Three’ US brands, but the North American International Auto Show held in Detroit this week had a strangely contrarian element. The three most interesting concept cars - the lifeblood of any self-respecting motor show - were produced by brands with Japanese roots: the Infiniti Q Inspiration, Lexus LF-1 Limitless and Nissan Xmotion...