Infiniti unveils updated 2021 QX80 SUVSeptember 3, 2020
The premium brand Infiniti has unveiled an updated version of the QX80. Among other things, the Japanese full-size SUV received a new, more luxurious package. The prices for the new product were also announced.
Infiniti has updated the trim line for the 2021 QX80 full-size SUV. Prices now start at $ 69,050, while for the 2020 model year, the base trim cost at least $ 66,750.
All 2021 QX80 SUVs now come with a new version of the Smart Rearview Mirror rearview camera.
The camera image is displayed on a screen with a diameter of 9.6 inches, and the screen itself has received a higher resolution. The rear camera also gives drivers a wider field of view both horizontally and vertically. To improve visibility at night, the technology can reduce the flickering of LED lights on the SUV itself.
The Luxe trim level comes with updated Intelligent Cruise Control, in addition to Blind Spot Assist, Lane Departure Avoidance, Distance Assist and Seat Belt Reminder for rear passengers.
The new Premium Select version has more extensive luxury equipment. Such an SUV received a body with dark chrome and black highlights on the false radiator grille, air vents on the fenders, mirror caps and a strip of the tailgate. The interior is available in the new Truffle Brown color, as well as Graphite and Sahara Stone.
The new Sensory trim, which will be the most expensive for the 2021 SUV, complements the exterior with 22-inch wheels and chrome side mirror caps. The interior features quilted semi-aniline leather and Charcoal Burl wood trim. The headlining is in colored graphite tricot. This version of the SUV also features a hydraulic body motion control system for a smoother ride.
The composition of the motor range has not changed. The 5.6-liter V8 still delivers 400 horsepower (560 Nm). The only transmission available is a seven-speed automatic. Customers can choose between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.
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