Teaser: Final Infiniti JX Photo

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This is expected to be the final teaser photo for the JX crossover before it makes its debut at next week's Concours d'Elegance.

Infiniti has just released what we expect to be the final teaser for their new JX seven-seater crossover. Infiniti is the luxury brand of Japanese automaker Nissan, and with their new JX they don't disappoint. The new photo reveals a new look at the front end and shows some styling changes from previous models. This will be Infiniti's third addition to their crossover lineup, as the JX will complement the EX and FX models.

The Japanese automaker will now have three crossovers on the market to compete with automakers such as Acura, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus and BMW. The Infiniti JX crossover concept car was partially developed and is being produced at Nissan's plant in Smyrna, Tennessee. The Infiniti JX luxury crossover is set to debut next week at the Concours d'Elegance at Pebble Beach.

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