New Infiniti QX60 caught on tests in DetroitOctober 6, 2020
From prying eyes, the new premium SUV, captured in spy photos, hid dense camouflage.
Infiniti test drive the Infiniti QX60 SUV on Detroit roads. This event did not go unnoticed: the test prototype got into the lens of the spy cameras. Total camouflage makes it difficult to see the SUV in all details, but there are some similarities with the QX60 Monograph. It was this crossover that heralded the design transformation of the Japanese premium brand.
In the front of the car, you can see the impudent narrowed optics. The radiator grille here is quite massive: only a small part of it is visible in the pictures, but this is enough to see the resemblance to the concept cap. The rear lights were camouflaged much more tightly. However, experts agree that they will also be borrowed from the QX60 Monograph.
The interior of the new Infiniti QX60 will have a large display that will be located on top of the center panel. It will not do without all sorts of buttons with their own functionality.
But the technical stuffing of the new SUV has not yet been reported. According to experts, the Japanese can leave the SUV with the current 3.5-liter V6 engine. Also, it is possible that the new product will get a two-liter 4-cylinder QX50 engine producing 268 hp.
In addition, a three-liter 300-horsepower V6 turbo engine (installed on the Q50) or a new 310-horsepower 3.8-liter V6, which we can see under the hood of the Frontier pickup, may appear in the car’s arsenal. The automaker promises to present the serial QX60 next year. The SUV will be marketed as a 2022 model year.
Earlier it became known about the updated sedan Infiniti Q50 2021 model year. In connection with the fall in sales of the model, the developers made quite drastic changes in the appearance and equipment. The prices for the new product have already been announced.
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