The 2019 Nissan Skyline facelift sees the end of the Infiniti experiment in Japan updated, with the sedan sporting prominent Nissan badges everywhere.
The 2019 Nissan Skyline facelift has a new grille, reintroduced Nissan badging, new taillights, and the ProPilot 2 handsfree highway self driving tech.
The 420kW (563hp) Infiniti Project Black S prototype has a twin turbo 3.5L V6 with 298kW (400hp), 1 motor for regen braking, and 2 for capturing turbo heat.
The Infiniti Q50 Hybrid will not be a part of the car’s 2019 range, and means Infiniti now has no hybrid, PHEV or electric offerings in its lineup.
The Infiniti Q60 Project Black S concept is coming to 2017 Geneva Motor Show, and will have powertrain inspired by the Renault F1 teams’ KERS system.
The V37 Nissan Skyline is based on the Infiniti Q50, and even uses Infiniti badges even though the Infiniti brand doesn’t exist in Japan.
The new V37 Infiniti Q60 coupe will go on sale in the States from US$38,950 in base specification with a 2-liter turbo 4-cylinder and rear wheel drive.
Nissan has begun production of the Infiniti Q60 coupe at its factory in Tochigi, Japan. The Q60 replaces the V36 G coupe that debuted in 2007.
Production of the V37 Infiniti Q60 began in July, 2016 at Nissan’s factory in Tochigi, Japan, where the V36 G coupe predecessor was also built.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Concept has 20-inch alloys, pumped up styling and fenders, and the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 from the GT-R with 418kW (560hp) and 600Nm.