According to Mitsubishi, the rebadged luxury sedan will be sold only in Japan and there are no plans to export the car in overseas markets. The Japanese automaker has yet to reveal the flagship sedan's name. The cooperation between the two companies extends beyond the Infiniti M sedan. Mitsubishi has also agreed to sell Nissan’s NV200 van while providing Nissan with the electric Minicab i-MiEV commercial van. The two Japanese makers have also formed a joint venture for the common development of mini cars for their home market.
Personally, I am saddened by the demise of the Diamante model. It was one of the more charismatic-looking Japanese luxury sedan during the 1990s. I could still recall that the last Diamante sold in Singapore was offered with a 3.0L Gasoline Direct Injected V6 engine coupled with a 5 speed Tiptronic-styled transmission. These technologies are ahead of it's time back then. However, it is a pity that the sales figure is not ahead of other luxury sedans.