Infiniti announced the QX60 Monograph crossoverSeptember 9, 2020
The press service of the Japanese brand has published a teaser for the mid-size crossover Infiniti QX60 Monograph. As the accompanying text says, the Infiniti QX60 Monograph is a “preview” of what the next generation seven-seat crossover will be like.
Japanese crossover Infiniti QX60 has been on the market for a long time – the premium brand Nissan has been selling a three-row luxury SUV since 2012, when it was still called the JX. It received its current designation in 2014. It hasn’t been updated much since then, except for a more powerful engine released in 2017.
The QX60 Monograph, which we will see on September 25, will not be a full production version of the crossover.
Infiniti says it will be a “vision” of how the company will “transform” the next generation seven-seater SUV. The company does not use the term “concept” to describe its rival Audi Q7, so we tend to believe that it will be a car close to production. That would make sense given that the published teaser image of the crossover appears to show full-size side mirrors, rather than the tiny ones that concepts typically have.
The headlights also look quite serial, and they even have a washer system, which once again suggests that we are dealing with a prototype new car, and not with one of these flashy concept cars. Earlier it was reported that the next generation QX60 will receive a “bolder and wider look” thanks to a new grille, similar to the QX80 Monograph concept.
Expect slimmer headlights and taillights, as well as a two-tone roof design, while the center console on the dashboard will be dominated by a large 10 or 12-inch touchscreen. The use of a larger display will allow Infiniti to get rid of many of the usual buttons by integrating their respective functions into the infotainment system.
Details regarding the lineup of the updated crossover are shrouded in mystery, but we hope to get some preliminary details later this month when the Infiniti QX60 Monograph “Vision” is slated to debut. The official premiere will be broadcast live from Yokohama, Japan at 8pm EDT on September 24th.
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