The 2014 Infiniti ESQ debuted in china only. It resembles Nissan’s Juke, a 1.6ltr four vehicle with character – something that seems to be lacking in many modern vehicles. Infiniti saw an opportunity to morph the Juke into a luxury vehicle and made the ESQ. Its front end is identical to that of the Juke, except for the grille. The ESQ abandons the twin grille in favor of a wavy mesh with giant lettering. Across its tailgate, the word Infiniti is splashed across.
Infiniti’s interior is similar to that of the Nissan – except for a more comprehensive re-trimming in the ESQ, which uses many high quality materials. For instance, the seats are leather, but they have cross-stitched accents instead of having Alcantara and suede. However, the power train remains largely unchanged in the ESQ. With the debut of the 2014 Infiniti ESQ, the manufacturer is taking a different approach to the lineup instead of flooding the market with them. Infiniti is targeting a slightly different group of luxury car shoppers than those who have dominated the luxury market in the past.