The rebadged Nissan will probably remain in China.
Plotting a new attack of models for the Chinese market,Infiniti surprised journalists the other day when it made a presentation of itsupcoming Beijing Motor Show unveilings. Among the company’s familiar faces,like the QX50, QX60, QX70, QX80 and Q50 sedan, there was also one blacked-outimage which clearly displayed the silhouette of the Nissan Juke baby-crossover.What is the Juke doing on the luxury brand’s screen?
It seems Infiniti will be launching a rebadged Juke at theBeijing show, one that will sport more luxury features and an Infiniti grilleand exterior finish. Details are still limited, but it isn't likely that thismodel will make it to the market anywhere outside China.