LONDON - In April 2006, Mr Carlos Ghosn, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd, stepped up to a podium in Tokyo and made the announcement that many within the organisation had long been waiting to hear: the Infiniti line up of distinctive performance luxury vehicles would be coming to Western Europe. The opportunity to go head-to-head against the world’s leading luxury marques in one of the most competitive automotive markets would be one of the final stops in a journey that started nearly two decades prior, for a brand destined to be ‘more than a company that makes cars.’

“Infiniti is recognised globally for its blend of design, performance and luxury,” said Mr Ghosn. “We are now ready to bring this unique brand to consumers in Europe.”

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Infiniti Europe 2008: 20 Years in the Making

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