2023 Author: Charles Youmans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-20 18:41
Infiniti has been showing various official teaser images of the next generation QX60 crossover from February this year. However, this time the manufacturer has moved a little further in this direction. So, another official teaser was released, on which the QX60 salon was shown for the first time.
Infiniti QX60 Monograph Concept
The teaser video shows the model's dashboard. It almost completely corresponds to the one that photo spies photographed last year. And apparently, this will be a fairly serious update of the interior relative to the current generation model. In addition, it was officially announced that the crossover will debut next month, June 23rd.
Interior of the new Infiniti QX60
The front panel on the teaser is covered in brown leather with a diamond pattern. Above it rises a multimedia display. A long air conditioning vent extends across the dashboard and separates the screen from the controls located on the center console. It looks a lot more modern than suggested in the current generation of the crossover.
According to the luxury car maker, the interior leather will be premium, all technology will be intuitive, and there will be impressive colorful LED ambient lighting. All this is not visible on the teasers, but you can be sure that the developer will fulfill his promise.
This entire interior will be wrapped in an all-new body that the company announced last year as the QX60 Monograph prototype. The novelty will be quite similar to the concept, especially with such elements as the vertical front end, slim headlights and elegant rear optics.
The manufacturer has already revealed the first details about the model, in particular the fact that thanks to the new 9-speed automatic transmission, the cross will be able to tow up to 2,721 kg. Apparently, there will be no changes in the motor part. The crossover will continue to use the 3.5-liter V6 found in the current model. The car will debut in the US and will be available here in early 2022. It will be the first Infiniti model to receive the enhanced ProPilot Assist safety system.