This week Infiniti announced its restructuring plan, part of the plan is the brand now will focus on its larger markets, specifically North America and China, while pulling out of Western Europe at the beginning of 2020. In addition, diesel vehicles will be phased out around the world as the brand turns to electrify its lineup starting in 2021. Consumers in Canada and the United States will also be pleased to learn that Infiniti will put more focus on its SUVs in the North America market. The launch of the new-generation QX50, featuring innovative variable compression turbo engine technology and sophisticated interior design, has been fairly well received, while future models based on the sensational QX Inspiration prototype are likely to draw even more attention. By prioritizing more advanced and desirable vehicles, Infiniti hopes to improve the residual value of its products and become a leading brand in the luxury vehicle segment. The announcement also confirmed that production of the Infiniti QX30 would be discontinued in the coming months at the Sunderland plant in the United Kingdom. Despite the huge popularity of small SUVs and crossovers at the moment, it has only lasted two model years in North America. If you like the sexy look of the QX30, do not worry too much: Infiniti will most likely return in the future with another crossover of this size, but this time it will be the work of Infiniti's own engineers (or at least those of the parent company, Nissan), not a vehicle that borrows several components from the Mercedes-Benz GLA like before.