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Infiniti has been Nissan’s luxury division since the 1990s, focusing on bringing Nissan’s technology and craftsmanship to a high-prestige clientele looking for extra luxury and features.
Their modern and sleek styling makes them perfect for the bustling city of Los Santos, where one minute you’re showing off your wheels at an event, and the next you’re doing 260km/h on a freeway to escape the police.
Let’s look at some of the best mods to bring Infiniti cars directly to your GTA 5 garage.
1. Infiniti QX56 (2010)
As an influential criminal in Los Santos, you need a reliable, powerful, and spacious car that’ll carry you and the rest of the gang wherever you need to go.
The 2010 Infiniti QX56 is a beautiful full-size luxury SUV based on the well-loved Nissan Patrol from the same year. They share the same body type and similar specs – but the Infiniti’s materials and craftmanship aim at more discerning customers.
This SUV’s design is slightly less sporty and classy than your average Nissan Patrol. This has helped it age much better than others after over a decade.
2. Infiniti G37 Coupe Sport (2008)
Giving even more credence to the idea that Infiniti designs age like fine wine comes the Infiniti G37 Coupe Sport – a gorgeous and powerful two-door compact executive car.
The Infiniti G37 was a good-enough car to release it as the Nissan Skyline 370GT in Japan, so don’t skip on checking this out just because you haven’t heard of it before.
It’s powered by a powerful 3.7L V6 engine from Nissan’s VQ line and was the first production model sold with the Japanese company’s VVEL technology in the US. These specs allow it to reach 100km/h in less than six seconds, though the top speed is electronically capped at 250km/h.
One of my favorite parts about this car is the small, delicate spoiler. It almost looks like a bird’s tail!
3. Infiniti IPL G Coupe (2012)
Just as Nissan has Infiniti to handle luxury vehicles, so does Infiniti have the Infiniti Performance Line division to handle the heavy hitters in its catalog.
The Infiniti IPL G Coupe was their first real project. They took the G37 Coupe and tuned its engine to produce 348hp and 276 lb-ft of torque. It also featured an overhauled exhaust system, better suspension, and a more responsive steering wheel.
Visually, it’s only slightly different – like adding a subtle body kit to your G37 coupé. Still, it does look sportier, and the duck-tail spoiler looks even better on this one!
4. Infiniti Q30 (2016)
I’m in love with hatchbacks, and the Q30 is one of my favorites from Infiniti.
It’s a sporty subcompact executive car with enough space and practicality for any enterprising Los Santos “businessman.”
Its commanding but elegant curves and subtle brightwork seem almost too sophisticated for a hatchback. Finding harmony between contrasts like this is at the core of Infiniti’s design philosophy.
Driving the Infiniti Q30 in a glossy red color along a coastal road is a decadent experience.
5. Infiniti G35 Coupe (2003)
Infiniti’s G-series started its life as an executive sedan based on the Nissan Primera – but things got a lot more exciting when the G35 rolled around.
The G35 is basically an executive version of the 2002 Nissan Skyline. If you wanted a car that would give you the best in luxury and performance without compromising any of the two, the G35 Coupe was the way to go.
Fortunes come and go fast in Los Santos, so it’s not strange to see a decade-old executive car driving around. This makes a fine addition to anyone’s GTA 5 garage.
6. Infiniti Q60 (2016) Policia Portuguesa
Growing your digital garage is fun, but you need to give the LSPD some sweet rides if you want your high-speed chases to live up to their potential.
The Infiniti Q60 is a two-door luxury coupe designed by the Japanese company when they were charting a new course for their catalog.
While it maintains the elegant lines and subtle brightwork that make Infiniti stand out, the Q60’s front fascia is surprisingly aggressive for the marque. This makes it ideal for the police’s high-speed pursuit division.
This mod will make your game more exotic by giving the LSPD some Q60s from the Policia Portuguesa – Portugal’s police force.
It’s a bit unusual, but the livery looks terrific on the Q60.
7. Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge (2014)
It was a sad day in 2015 when we found out plans to move on with the production and commercial launch of the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge would be canceled – but nothing stops us from enjoying it in GTA 5.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge concept was the Japanese marque’s ticket into the high-performance bracket – a Formula One-inspired overhaul of the Infiniti Q50 base using tried and true NISMO tech.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge has a distinct visual personality apart from the regular Infiniti Q50. The carbon fiber bodywork looks fantastic, and its front fascia screams “sport.”
8. Infiniti Q50 “VIP” (2014)
If you liked the Eau Rouge concept, you’ll love this heavily tuned Infiniti Q50 from Forza Motorsport 7.
This is basically the street racer version of an Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge. It’s a creative marvel that could only exist in the realm of video games.
Stanced wheels, a lowered suspension, and kick-ass custom rims are only some of the unique features that set this “VIP” machine apart from the chaff.
9. Infiniti QX80 (2020)
Remember the 2010 Infiniti QX56 we covered at the beginning of the ranking?
This is it now.
Infiniti has kept the basic structure of a QX56 intact for over 10 years. What has changed is its name – now the QX80 – and several visual aspects.
What used to be “classy” is now outwardly bad-ass. It’s a gorgeous, somewhat ostentatious luxury SUV that anyone would love to drive.
10. Infiniti Q60 Project Black S (2020)
The Infiniti Q60 Project Black S was an enrapturing new proposal by the Japanese marque born of a collaboration between Infiniti and the Renault Sport Formula One Team.
Their objective: to create a hybrid coupé with the heart of a race car.
As you can see, “sleek” or “badass” aren’t enough words to describe it. The Infiniti Q60 Project Black S had the potential to bring the Infiniti brand to new heights of prestige… and it’ll never see the light of day.
As with the Q50 Eau Rouge, the Q60 Project Black S won’t make it past the “concept” phase – but at least we got another cool car to turn into a GTA 5 mod.