Infiniti won the first-ever People’s Choice Award as part of the 11th annual Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge with SYNAPTIQ, a unique answer to this year’s theme of “Sensing the Future: How Will Cars Interact With Us In 2029?”
Nissan entered this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show as a brand on the move. The company is enjoying its best sales year ever in the U.S., up nearly 14 percent against an industry average of around 6 percent.
Michael Bartsch, vice president, Infiniti Americas, and Alfonso Albaisa, executive design director, Infiniti Motor Company, Ltd., were at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week to support the North American debut of the Q80 Inspiration Concept.
Nissan brought a splash of brass and color to the Los Angeles Auto Show today during a press conference featuring the debut of two new vehicles, the launch of a unique vehicle personalization program and an appearance by local Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Allen.
Nissan today is bringing Chinese consumers the complete "Nissan" experience, together with Dongfeng Nissan Motor Passenger Vehicle Company (DFL-PV) at Auto Guangzhou 2014. New Nissan and Venucia products, along with concept and other vehicles in the automakers' lineup for China, all are part of the show.