Nissan Motor Corp’s luxury division, Infiniti China is expecting to reach over 50 percent of annual growth when it comes to sales volume in the country during 2013. In the first ten months of 2013, the company managed to achieve a sales volume of 12,831 units and sold more of its JX models in the past three months, than in the first seven months during 2013.
Daniel Kirchert, the managing director of Infiniti China on November 20, 2013 in an interview said, “We also have an optimistic prospect in next year, as the latest model Q50, a pillar product, will be available on the market in April next year”. The Infiniti Q50 2.0T – which is the company’s first-ever turbo model – had its international debut on November 20, 2013 at the 2013 Auto Guangzhou auto show.
With the latest launch, customers in China will be fortunate enough to experience the new sedan with its all-new powertrain before the rest of the world. The new model has a breakthrough four-cylinder, 2.0-liter turbocharged powertrain, which is developed in partnership with Daimler AG.
The new Infiniti Q50 has NASA’s ground-breaking Direct Adaptive Steering technology, which helps in calculating the turning angles of wheels, as well as speeds in the ECU in accordance with the steering strength of the driver.
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