Japanese Automotive Invitational Returns To Monterey Car Week For A Second Year—And It’s Free To Visit!
If you’re heading to the Monterey Car Week, then don’t forget the three-day Japanese Automotive Invitational (JAI) display on August 16 to 18, close to the entrance to the Pebble Beach Concours—but free to enter. It will be the second time it has run, and will celebrate Infiniti’s 30th Anniversary through the theme, “Progenitors and Icons: 30 Years of Japanese Luxury. A trio of concept cars will also be shown together for the first time represent to represent the future of Infiniti showrooms.
Other highlights will include the 1963 Prince Skyline Sport, 1966 Nissan CSP 311, 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport, and 1990 Infiniti Q45, representing some of the major performance, luxury, technology, engineering, ingenuity, and motorsports achievements from Japanese manufacturers.
“Infiniti is celebrating 30 years of world’s first technologies, performance, and standout design. We are thrilled to showcase our legacy once again at the Japanese Automotive Invitational,” said Phil O’Connor of Infiniti USA. “As we connect audiences with our heritage, we will also offer a glimpse into Infiniti future with our trio of Inspiration concepts, which hint to a new era of bold design and electrified powertrains.”
The show will be located adjacent to the Infiniti Pavilion on Concours Plaza near the Pebble Beach Golf Academy. It’s open Friday and Saturday, August 16-17, between 9am and 6pm, and Sunday, August 18, between 8am and 6pm. No ticket is required.
Images courtesy of the Japanese Automotive Invitational