Infiniti Means “Forever” for the Planet, Not Just Cars

All of America's automakers are talking about the CAFE agreement, the plan to drastically reduce CO2 emissions by 2025. Infiniti has taken the first step by voluntarily signing the CAFE agreement, pledging to work under tighter emissions criteria to produce cars that are safer for the environment. To begin working toward the 2025 goal and participate in this movement toward saving the earth, Infiniti is taking a bold step that may shock hardcore fans of adrenaline and power, but don't worry: Infiniti's tradition of powerful performance and beautiful cars isn't changing.

But some things do have to change if we want the planet to survive for future generations. And that's why Infiniti is dropping the V8 engine from production.

Stop. Breath. Relax. You can still find the V8 you love in the 2013 Infiniti M56, and Infiniti currently plans to include the V8 in the 2013 Infiniti FX50, coming to our dealership soon. The V8 will not be dropped from production until 2014, at the earliest.

And if you're still worried, check out the small but fierce turbocharged V6, which will likely replace the V8, or review the specs on Infiniti's other alternative, the stable turbocharged 4-cylinder. Keeping watching our World Imports USA blog to get updates on Infiniti's other environmentally-friendly initiatives. And if you're still looking to embrace the luxury and power of Infiniti's V8 engines, stop by 11650 Beach Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32246 and test drive one of Infiniti's many new or used V8-equipped models.

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