The 2018 Infiniti QX50 spy photos of the next generation provide the best proof yet that the next premium crossover looks very much like the concept of the North American International Motor Show 2017. Concealed – except a sticker on the flywheel badge
The 2018 Infiniti QX50 spy photographs provided the best proof yet that the next premium crossover looks very much like the concept of the North American International Motor Show 2017. In addition, the new images show the unmanned cabin Concealed – with the exception of a sticker on the steering wheel badge
Infiniti barely disturbs the disguise of the interior, and the production model also takes important indications of the concept. Both have two-story screens on the center stack. The idea is new. The lower display shows information such as the music being played. The upper one means that a navigation chart can always be in the driver\’s field of vision, and a dial next to the shift lever controls it. Unlike many premium vehicles today, the QX50 keeps analogue gauges, but there is a digital display between them.
The lower trim may be accompanied by a front-wheel drive, but expect most of them to drive both axles. According to the model, the variable compression ratio of 2.0-liter VC-Turbo four-cylinder makes at least 268 horsepower (200 kilowatts) and 288 lb-feet (390 Newton-meters) of torque. Nissan\’s ProPilot semi-autonomous driving technology would be available to take control of some road cruises.
The next-generation QX50 is expected to go on sale in early 2018. A start could take place at the end of this year or possibly as a result of last year\’s design at the North American Auto Show in Detroit in January .