Infiniti will launch what it called "a portfolio" of anniversary-edition models in 2019 to mark the brand's 30 years in business, company officials told retailers during the make meeting at the NADA Show.
Infiniti Americas Vice President Mike Colleran devoted a large part of the session to reassuring dealers that fresh vehicles are on the way, said Mario Murgado, CEO of Brickell Motors in Miami and chairman of the Infiniti National Dealer Advisory Board.
"We have the oldest portfolio of products in the business, and Infiniti is working hard to renew that portfolio, and also to be transparent with its retailers to tell us that they are fixing it," Murgado said.
While not providing specifics such as when the models will appear, Colleran told dealers the anniversary plan will include multiple nameplates.
He said Infiniti will reveal details in a series of "grassroots dealer meetings" starting this month in eight cities around the country.