The Infiniti M has had an interesting journey to say the least. Since it sprang to life back in 1990 as an upmarket GT coupe based on the Nissan Leopard, it has seen numerous iterations and has come a long way from step-sister of the range topping Q45 (whose weak sales ultimately elevated the M to a leading role as Infiniti’s flagship vehicle). Now in its 4th generation, the Infiniti M has come into its own and finally seems comfortable being top dog in the lineup.
Things stay pretty much status quo for 2013 save for the introduction of a few standard niceties including auto-dimming side-view mirrors and an auto-trunk cincher. Infiniti also serves up a new Performance Tire & Wheel Package with 20-inch wheels and tires and Sport Brakes.