Updated Infiniti QX80 will get a new interiorNovember 23, 2019
The interior of the QX80 model year is well recognized interior Nissan Patrol.
The Infiniti dual-screen infotainment system has finally gone to the full-size, rich QX80 SUV. The installation is built of two touch screens in the central part of the dashboard: an 8.0-inch top and a 7.0-inch lower unit. As with most other 2020 Infiniti cars, the QX80 is endowed with upgrades in its base navigation system, as well as the addition of a WiFi access point and support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Previously, there was a lot of information about the interior of the car, however, now it has become possible to make out all these technical and internal processing of the flagship model of the Japanese company at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2019. If the re-salon of a full-size expensive SUV looks familiar, then this is because it is almost the same as in the updated Nissan Patrol.
The updated center console QX80 is not so convex and more pleasing to the eye than the installation of its predecessor, replete with buttons, with one 8.0-inch touchscreen at the top of the dashboard. What’s more, the QX80 complements the console with a new 7.0-inch screen, replacing last year’s smaller dot-matrix setup with an SUV.
Experts believe that the restyled infotainment system QX80, the center console and a set of sensors will not be enough to make the car the leader of the segment.
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