Infiniti will bring to Detroit its flagship sedan concept

Japanese premium brand Infiniti, owned by Nissan, is currently concentrated on the production of luxury crossovers, pushing into the background once popular sedan. In addition, the representatives of the brand announced the premiere of an ambulance prototype flagship “chetyrehdverki”, which will debut in January 2018 at the auto show in Detroit.


Alfonso Albaisa, chief designer of Infiniti, while chatting with reporters said that in the framework of the international motor show in Detroit premiere of the conceptual version of the new flagship sedan of the brand. Mr. Albaisa did not go into detail, but hinted that the model will be stylish and will receive a “new proportion and new technologies.”

Experts believe that the chief designer of Infiniti thus hinted at a fully electric or plug-in hybrid flagship sedan. Moreover, earlier in the network already appeared rumors that Infiniti brought to the Detroit new electric car, which will be launched into mass production in 2019.


It is worth Recalling that earlier, Infiniti has promised to release a flagship sedan, which was to become the serial version of the concept Infiniti Q80 Inspiration, presented at the motor show in Paris in 2014.