- The product onslaught will begin with the QX50 premium SUV
- More than 50 per cent of their new cars sold globally and in China will be electrified by 2025
- The QX50 will be locally produced at Infiniti’s Dalian facility
Highlighting the importance of the Chinese market, Japanese luxury car brand, Infiniti, has announced that they will build five new vehicles in China over the next five years, beginning with the all new QX50 SUV.
Over the course of the next five years, Infiniti is planning to localize five new vehicles in China with an aim to triple its sales globally. The brand says that by 2025, more than 50 per cent of their new cars sold globally and in China will be electrified.
The Beijing motor show will be the first time Infiniti will show off its all-new QX50 premium SUV in Asia, with local production of the vehicle expected to begin shortly at the company’s manufacturing facility in Dalian. These will be sold exclusively to the Chinese market and will be available for sale later this year.
Also making its Asian debut will be the Q Inspiration concept car which represents the next step in Infiniti design. It is the first manifestation of Infiniti’s new form language for sedans and the start of an era of electrified powertrains.