As if the QX80 wasn't luxurious enough.
Infiniti is fighting tooth and nail for a bigger piece of the luxury SUV market, and its recent efforts prove that it's serious about taking the fight to German rivals such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The Japanese manufacturer recently pulled out all the stops when it unveiled its 2022 range of luxury SUVs at an art installation in New York City. The brand launched its all-new Infiniti QX60 SUV alongside the updated QX80 and the recently-released 2022 QX55 at the Oculus Transportation Hub display in New York City as part of a public art installation by Daniel Wurtzel. The showcase highlighted the numerous new features customers can expect to find on the QX80 and the rest of Infiniti's SUV range.
The Infiniti QX80 sees some significant upgrades for 2022, including a high-definition 12.3-inch InTouch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, as well as navigation with lane guidance and Infiniti's InTouch services. Other standard features on the QX80 include three rows of leather seats, heated front and second row seats, wireless phone charging, and a Bose premium sound system and intelligent cruise control.
"The new 2022 Infiniti QX80 combines modern luxury paired with exceptional strength. Alongside the all-new 2022 QX60 that represents the new, forward direction for Infiniti, our SUV lineup is stronger, more advanced, and more intuitive than ever," said Infiniti Americas Group Vice President Jeff Pope.
The all-new QX60 also made a big splash at the event, and showed off its great new features. The three-row QX60 features the same 12.3-inch InTouch touchscreen infotainment system and is expected to go on sale this fall at a MSRP of $46,850.
"The all-new 2022 QX60 sets the tone for our continuing dialogue with our clients. It's intuitive, spacious, and serene. Its technology supports the driver in utmost comfort with enhanced ProPilot Assist with Navi-link and the latest iteration of Infiniti's Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive system." Pope said.