The makers of luxury autos keep fighting to find ways to distinguish their brand from their competitors.
On Monday, Nissan said its upscale Infiniti division will offer a free concierge service for buyers of its vehicles.
The Infiniti Personal Assistant will give owners unlimited 24-hour access to a live team of professional assistants who can provide driving directions, weather forecast, dining suggestions and reservations, travel arrangements and sports scores through the car’s Bluetooth system or even away from the vehicle by phone.Waterfest 2011 Photo GallerySPIED! FIRST Look Next-Gen Ford Escape Photo Gallery2012 Audi A5 S5 Photo Gallery2011 ALMS Northeast Grand Prix Photo GalleryCars And Parades! Tribute To The Fourth Of July Photo GalleryEurocar Heaven! Best Of Rome Photo Gallery