There is information about the new Infiniti QX60November 5, 2019
The three-row SUV has become a favorite family car thanks to its beautiful design and spacious interior. The current generation has been on the streets for almost 8 years, and although its design looks fresh, its interior and platform are aging. The automaker is already working on the next generation model, which should be demonstrated over the next two years. During the celebration of Infiniti’s 30th anniversary at Spaceport America, reporters were given the opportunity to take a look at the next QX60, which was presented on video.
The front of the new QX60 will receive an updated grille, which is very similar to the Monograph concept. The grille will become more square than the current one, which gives the crossover a bolder and wider look.
In addition to this modern personality, an additional two-tone roof brings a new touch to the family SUV. The thin taillights looked as if they were taken from the QX Inspiration concept car, which Infiniti plans to implement in the future in a production model.
Inside, the QX60 looks more premium. A large horizontal screen dominates the center console and is located at the top of the dashboard. The lines and overall structure give the crossover a more elegant look. Following the example of other manufacturers of luxury cars, Infiniti has a “floating center console”, which means there is free space under the switches – this gives the cabin a sense of spaciousness.
The QX60 is the second of five models that Infiniti will show in the next three years. It is likely that the car will be presented in serial form as early as 2021. What we know is that the QX55 is the first of these five future models, and it should debut in the first quarter of 2020.
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