Like, Lexus, Infiniti was created in 1989, the reunification of their country, coincidentally came for the Germans, in the year then the "German, luxury big 3", met the final member of what was to become the "Japanese, luxury big 3". Infiniti, with i instead y, because screw you and your grammar.

The original Q45, no words needed on this one, it inspired Johan de Nysschen to name every Infiniti model after it.

2000 model, had a bit of Lancia styling in it. I like.

Then this came along...

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M30 was deliciously square and came with a convertible version.

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Strange enough, the M has nothing to do with the modern M sedan/Q70, that is a successor of the J30 sedan.

Infiniti QX4, looks decent and inspired the naming scheme for all current Infiniti SUV's and crossovers. Would look nice with some off road accessories.

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And now, what Infiniti models will become classics in the future?

G35 coupe, hands down(G37 was a bit of a letdown, let's see the new Q60, next year).

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2003 Infiniti FX(QX70), the car that reinvented Infiniti and legitimized the performance crossover, before the X6 and the Porsche Cayenne .

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Infiniti G45 convertible(Q60). Infiniti's first convertible, in the post FX era, looks better than the Lexus IS C.

Is there any Infiniti that will become a collectible or a classic, in the future?

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