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News The New Infiniti QX55 SUV Is On The Way

The New Infiniti QX55 SUV Is On The Way

Last week’s 30 years of Infiniti celebration enabled us to see the new Infiniti QX55 in the sheet-metal.

The released picture of the new Infiniti QX55 says very little about what the final product will look like however one thing in clear: the roofline drops dramatically before it reaches the “C” pillar. According to Infiniti, the QX55 is the spiritual successor to the original “Bionic Cheetah” SUV, the trend-setting Infiniti FX which arrived in 2003.

In the coming three years, Infiniti will launch five new products. The first will be the Infiniti QX55, or the coupe version of the Infiniti QX50 SUV. It will sport a unique front fascia, sculpted bonnet and various other distinguishing exterior elements. The rear hatch and bumper treatment are completely different which mildly affects the boot’s utility and versatility. The QX55 is designed to cater to styling-conscientious small midsize (D Segment) luxury SUV buyers.

The new Infiniti QX55 will arrive at the end of the 1st or early 2nd quarter of 2020.

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