The Infiniti M is equipped with cutting-edge technology that sees, thinks and anticipates as you drive, from touch-screen navigation with 3D maps and plans, Michelin guides and smart routes, to dynamic safety shield devices, including blind spot monitoring and response, lane departure warning and automatic brake assist systems.
In the Infiniti M, the driver is always the focus of attention. The innovative Forest Air™ system automatically generates a comfortable atmosphere, with intuitive control of airflow, temperature and humidity, while the 5.1-channel digital decoding system takes you into a rich and luxurious audio environment with the Bose® Premium Surround Sound System and its 16 speakers.
As for the engine, you can choose between the 3.7-litre 320 hp petrol engine, the 3.0-litre diesel engine with an amazing 550 Nm of torque or the 3.5-litre hybrid engine.
Infinite opportunities: an air of exclusivity
A little confidential in France, these Japanese top-of-the-range cars offer their drivers, in addition to their reliability and premium qualities, a different way of driving. With only 486 units sold in the first half of this year, Infiniti is not at its best. However, the premium subsidiary of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is worth a look. Because if the brand, which has only been present in France for 10 years, remains confidential, its models do not lack charm, reliability and even less sportsmanship. A cocktail that North America is in favour of and which can seduce Europeans who wish to turn away from the German top-of-the-range Audi, BMW, Mercedes triplet. Compact, sedan or SUV, the Infiniti catalogue is complete enough for everyone to use. With, as a bonus on some models: a fairly exclusive hybrid system that uses electricity not only as a way to reduce CO2 emissions, but also to give the car extra power; When pleasure and environmental protection are not contradictory.