Fyidriving.com’s hyperactive grapevine is abuzz following a recent decision by those in charge of Nissan’s luxury-centered Infiniti branch to completely rearrange the labeling of its vehicles for the 2014 model year and call all of them either “Q” for sedans, or “QX” for SUV/wagons. According to Infiniti, the current M sedan becomes the Q70, the G37 coupe will be called the Q60 and the G37 sedan will wear a Q50 badge. The four Infiniti wagon names will range from QX50 to QX80, replacing the EX, FX, JX and QX designations. If it all sounds so confusing it’s because it is, but Fyidriving.com thinks all the online carping about names is complete nomenclature nonsense. Considering Infiniti doesn’t sell that many vehicles in North America in the first place, the naming conversion process should be relatively painless.