Infiniti to build five new vehicles in China in the next five years


Infiniti has announced it will build five new vehicles in China in the next five years, beginning with the all-new QX50 SUV.

“Over the next five years Infiniti is planning to localize five new vehicles in China, tripling our sales here in our fastest growth market, globally. As part of our road map to electrify our portfolio, we anticipate that by 2025, more than 50% of new Infiniti vehicles sold globally and in China will be electrified,” said Roland Krueger, chairman and global president of Infiniti Motor Company.

“Together with our partner Dongfeng Motor Company, Infiniti is pursuing localization in China for China, expanding our network footprint and introducing new technologies, such as our world’s first production variable compression engine (VC-Turbo), and electrified vehicles such as e-Power. We will continue to strive to make Infiniti the top premium challenger brand in the market.”


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