New Infiniti QX50 gets ProPilot AssistApril 28, 2020
Infiniti presents its ProPilot Assist technology in the world’s largest automotive market, debuting with the 2020 new mid-size QX50 SUV, which will go on sale in China this month.
ProPilot Assist combines Lane Keep Assist and Advanced Intelligent Cruise Control technology to keep your QX50 in the center of its lane and at a certain distance from the front traffic. This system is mainly designed to empower and support the driver while driving on the highway.
“China is an important growth market for Infiniti, and in 2019 the QX50 became our best-selling car in this market,” said Infiniti chairman Mike Colleran, explaining the market choice.
To curb the spread of COVID-19, Infiniti decided to introduce the 2020 QX50 in China during an online event organized by local leaders and supported by the brand’s ambassador. According to the Japanese automaker, up to 10 million people have joined the live broadcast.
“After a thorough check at the local level, it will be a pleasure to offer ProPILOT Assist to Infiniti’s customers here in China,” said company executive Kevin Mao. “Anyone driving on highways or spending time in heavy traffic during their daily commute to work will appreciate the benefits of ProPILOT Assist and feel less tired.”
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