Infiniti Division
Infiniti Division
Twenty-two years old this fall, Nissan's luxury brand remains a misshapen lump. One line, the G-37 sedan, coupe, and convertible, accounts for a lop-sided 60% of sales. Infiniti's SUVs, meanwhile, seem determinedly aimed at the narrowest of niches, a lost opportunity considering that over at archrival Lexus they contribute half of the volume. So in a year when import luxury cars were moving smartly, Infiniti saw its sales fall. Infiniti plans to double its product line by 2016, and it can't come soon enough.

By Alex Taylor III, senior editor-at-large @FortuneMagazine - Last updated December 19 2011: 5:46 AM ET
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