Infiniti Customers Can Now Use New Amazon Alexa Skills To Interact With Their Vehicles

INFINITI customers can now use new Amazon Alexa skills to interact with their vehicles

NASHVILLE, Tenn. INFINITI owners in the U.S. can now use simple voice commands to conveniently control vehicle features such as unlocking, locking, remote-start and more. Leveraging the power of increasingly connected homes, INFINITI has tapped into already-available features within INFINITI InTouch™ Services and INFINITI Connection® to integrate the new Amazon Alexa Skills on many of its new and existing vehicles.

This new connected feature is a great convenience that allows owners who may be walking in the door with their hands full of groceries—or those who simply forgot—to ask Alexa to lock their car doors. It is also a nice feature for owners in colder climates who, this winter, will be able to warm up their vehicles without leaving the house.   

Infiniti To Have Commanding Presence At Dubai International Motor Show

INFINITI to have commanding presence at Dubai International Motor Show

HONG KONG – Powerful proportions, commanding exterior design, a luxurious cabin and a hand-crafted interior will highlight the new INFINITI QX80, which will be revealed at the Dubai International Motor Show.

"INFINITI's design DNA has been scaled up for our largest SUV. The QX80 brings a new commanding presence with powerful muscularity and enhanced horizontal movement. Our designers raised the visual height of our iconic double arch grille and signature headlamps striking an unmistakable road presence."

U Spy 2019 Infiniti Qx50 In Tennessee

U Spy 2019 Infiniti QX50 In Tennessee

The 2019 Infiniti QX50 has been spied by a CarScoops reader in Tennessee.

Set to debut later this year, the redesigned crossover was previewed by the QX50 concept which was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January.

Infiniti Posts 17th Consecutive Sales Record; Sales Increase By 11 Percent Globally

INFINITI Posts 17th consecutive sales record; sales increase by 11 percent globally in the first nine months of this year

HONG KONG – INFINITI has posted its 17th consecutive monthly global sales record. INFINITI sold 21,523 vehicles globally in September, an increase of 8% compared to last September, and sold 182,884 vehicles so far this year, an increase of 11% compared to same period last year. This was the best September sales month for INFINITI in the Americas (with USA & Canada), in China, and in Taiwan.

"I would like to thank the INFINITI customers around the world for their continued trust in the INFINITI brand and our products and to thank our dealers for their dedication and commitment to the business. The recent growth of INFINITI is built on the new Q50 sedan and demand for our strong SUV lineup. INFINITI has achieved very positive momentum and we will have more exciting news in the next two months with two new SUVs coming for global markets," said Roland Krueger, Chairman and Global President of INFINITI Motor Company.

Infiniti Qx50 Goes On Hiatus While Qx60 Hybrid Is Axed

Infiniti QX50 Goes on Hiatus While QX60 Hybrid is AxedThe next Infiniti QX50 is getting ready for its debut.


As Infiniti prepares to launch the replacement for the Infiniti QX50 next year, quite likely fitted with a unique new turbocharged engine with continuously altered cylinder compression ratios, the first-generation Infiniti QX50 is taking a breather for the 2018 model year.

Infiniti Bringing High Performance Ev To Detroit Auto Show

Infiniti Bringing High Performance EV to Detroit Auto Show

Infiniti will bring a high-performance EV to the Detroit auto show. 

Infiniti’s chief of design, Alfonso Albaisa, confirmed the automaker’s plans to show a new EV in Detroit in a recent interview with Autocar. The mystery EV will be an all-new model and won’t be based on an existing vehicle, he said. Interestingly, he also said the concept will incorporate aspects of the vintage-look Prototype 9 EV concept, saying it will use parts of that car “in a different context.”

Infiniti Prototype 9 Blends Old And New With Stunning Results

Infiniti Prototype 9 Blends Old and New With Stunning Results

Concept cars these days, especially electric ones, can be a bit dull and repetitive – but the new retro-inspired Infiniti Project 9 is anything but. 

The Project 9 pulls its inspiration from 1930s-era Grand Prix cars. You might even think it’s the real deal with its wire wheels, elongated hood, and hand-formed tail, but this prototype is all-new and even packs an electric powertrain beneath its aluminum bodywork.

Infiniti Tries To Replicate A Painting By Drifting A Q50 In Jdm Spot

Infiniti Tries To Replicate A Painting By Drifting A Q50 In JDM Spot

Eager to show off the sporty prowess of the Infiniti Q50, the automaker has released a somewhat-strange but undeniably creative commercial for the Japanese market.

The clip shows German racing driver Michael Krumm behind the wheel of a blue Q50 as he attempts to stay in the blue lines of a thin course painted in an empty parking lot. The only catch is that the course is a replica of an abstract painting created by a pig. Yes, you read that right.

Infiniti Prototype 9 Is A Wonderfully Beautiful Ev Grand Prix Car

Infiniti Prototype 9 is a wonderfully beautiful EV grand prix car

Few automobiles are as elegantly beautiful as the open-wheel grand prix cars of the 1940s, '50s and '60s. The simple, slender shapes of these cars bear no extravagant flourishes or adornments. The purposeful design is what gave these cars their beauty, and it's these classic machines that inspired the new Infiniti Prototype 9. Teased earlier this week, this concept blends old and new, with classic lines hiding a modern all-electric powertrain. The Prototype 9 will make its full debut next week at the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

Infiniti says the car was built around a simple idea: what would a 1940s Infiniti grand prix car look like? While the silver paint may be more German than Japanese, the design could easily be mistaken for an actual '40s grand prix car. Only the Infiniti-styled grille gives it away. Everything about it, from the thin bias-ply tires wrapped over center-locking wire wheels to the bulging screws around the driver's seat, is pitch perfect.

Infiniti Is Preparing An Amazing Retro Inspired Ev Concept

Infiniti is Preparing an Amazing Retro Inspired EV Concept

Infiniti has announced it will debut a racing inspired, retro look concept at the upcoming Pebble Beach Concours D elegance.

Infiniti says the concept aims to blend “the ingenuity and adventure of early motorsports with the brand’s contemporary “Powerful Elegance” design language.” The design is a throwback to 1930s Grand Prix cars, however the powertrain will be entirely modern. It’s not yet clear what it will consist of, but Infiniti says it will incorporate “advanced EV technology.”

Infiniti Donates More Than $1 Million To Charity

INFINITI donates more than $1 million to charity

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – This year, INFINITI has donated more than $1 million to a variety of coaches' charities as part of the brand's ongoing corporate partnership with the NCAA® and the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). Phil O'Connor, director Marketing Communications and Media, presented the checks to the winners at INFINITI Americas Headquarters in Tennessee.

"We are pleased to have INFINITI as a partner in support of NCAA student athletes and higher education values," said Dan Gavitt, NCAA senior vice president for basketball. "Having a strong brand such as INFINITI as a part of our NCAA Corporate Marketing Program indicates that the company believes in student-athlete success, both academically and athletically." 

Infiniti Reports July 2017 Sales

INFINITI reports July sales

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – INFINITI today reported July sales of 10,840 vehicles, an increase of 9.0 percent. For the year, INFINITI sales are up 20 percent to 89,983.

The all-new Q60 sports coupe increased 1,134 percent to 765 vehicles delivered. Overall, INFINITI coupes and sedans are up 10 percent for the month, and are up 18 percent in 2017.