Infiniti announced during a press conference plans to introduce a Nissan Juke-based crossover and the facelifted QX80 at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show.

Infiniti announced during a press conference plans to introduce a Nissan Juke-based crossover and the facelifted QX80 at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show.

It seems Infiniti will be getting its own Juke in a couple of weeks as during a press conference held in Beijing the company showed a darkened teaser image which has just about the same peculiar silhouette as the recently facelifted Juke.

The model is destined to arrive (at least) in China later this year together with two versions of the Q50 (the second one is probably a long wheelbase), QX60, QX70 and what appears to be a facelifted QX80. The latter is said to receive a redesigned front fascia together with restyled taillights and a revamped dashboard inside the cabin.

Rather than importing them, most of the cars enumerated will be manufactured by Nissan at their Xiangyang factory in China as a method to avoid the local government's steep import taxes.

Infiniti's Juke and facelifted QX80 will be officially revealed on April 20.

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