Speaking to Car and Driver, Infiniti president Johan de Nysschen hinted at some of the details for a potential new flagship model.
Mr de Nysschen is also believed to have ruled out a V8 powerplant in future Infiniti models, despite a bent eight being available in the current FX SUV in Australia.
Therefore, a future luxury sedan and coupe would most likely feature a V6 engine, possibly turbo charged.
While the sedan will represent a new top-shelf passenger offering, the big coupe will represent more a lifestyle model, a grand tourer.
Mr de Nysschen offered no details on either model, although he added that the coupe would not draw any inspiration from the advanced Emerg-E concept - that would likely be too expensive.
“The world isn’t ready for a $200,000 Infiniti,” Mr Nysschen said.