Future Infiniti G Revealed for Company Executives

Infiniti is making sustained efforts to strengthen its position on the market, with the company being one of the automotive producers with the most interesting expansion plans. The latest move included in this complex development strategy includes the next generation of the G series range.

The future vehicle has been displayed during an internal presentation that had the aim to offer the company’s executives a personal experience with the vehicle, as autocar reports.

According to the aforementioned source’s company insiders the vehicle will come with a spectacular design. One of the features that the car will rely on to draw attention is a special set of LED lights for the front end.

The next incarnation of the Infiniti G series is expected to enter production in 2012. We know, this means that we still have a long time to wait before we can see the aforementioned LED face of the car.

However, the vehicle could be unveiled earlier. Actually, we are talking about a production-ready concept, which could be offered to the public at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. This would be the earliest expected release date, but the car could also charm us with its styling cues at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show.

We always get excited when we receive pieces of information that preview a future model which has something to do with the performance world. In this case, we are referring to the Infiniti Performance Line, the company’s recently-introduced sports division, which is currently having its faith decided. If the gods are generous, the division will get to play with the future G models and could even offer us full-grunt vehicles.
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