Infiniti FX50 Sleek, Fun Crossover


Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) — Funny how quickly the language of design changes. When the Infiniti FX first hit the roads in 2003 as a so-called “crossover,” many thought it was a strange beast. It was as big as an SUV, yet its lines and proportions were like a sports sedan’s.

Today the Infiniti’s oversized athleticism seems modern if not cutting-edge, and we see crossovers like the hefty Ford Flex and odd duck from BMW, the X6. Still, I liked the look of the FX from the beginning, and today I’d likely opt for the second- generation model over more ungainly competitors.   Continue reading…

Infinity G37 Coupe Hotter Than It Looks

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) — Despite Infiniti’s latest “Intensity Captured” ad campaign, I don’t normally think of the brand in terms of sports cars. Nice sedans and horizon-blotting SUVs, sure. Yet when thoughts turn to carving up the asphalt, my inner voice takes on a more Germanic or Italian accent. Continue reading…