Infiniti president Johan de Nysschen has disclosed some spicy details about the company's future which will bring some significant lineup changes.

Infiniti president Johan de Nysschen has disclosed some spicy details about the company's future which will bring some significant lineup changes.

Infiniti is celebrating its 25th anniversary since the brand was introduced back in 1989 at the North American International Auto Show. At the automotive event in Detroit they are exhibiting the Q50 Eau Rouge concept which is a clear indication about what to expect as far as performance cars are concerned.

But before that, Infiniti is planning for next year the Q30 compact crossover which will be followed by a Q60 coupe. The latter is being described as "an evolution of the Q50 saloon" and its launch date was delayed because they want to make a few design changes.

Another model in the pipeline is the next generation of the QX70 (previously known as the FX50), followed by a high-performance luxury flagship car as well as a halo performance model. If everything goes according to plan, all these cars are scheduled to come out within the next four years.

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