Infiniti enters the 2017 model year with an expanded model lineup – anchored by the late summer U.S. arrivals of the all-new Infiniti QX30 premium active crossover and the return of the iconic Infiniti Q60 sports coupe. The new models signal the next phase of the brand's global growth strategy and come at a time when Infiniti continues to set sales records around the word.
Infiniti today announced that the new 2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited, a specially equipped version of the iconic QX70 performance crossover, will make its world debut this week at the 2016 New York International Auto Show. Available in rear-wheel or all-wheel drive configurations, it is scheduled to go on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide beginning in summer 2016. The QX70 Limited is the second in the Infiniti lineup, joining the 2016 QX80 Limited.
Infiniti has announced a partnership in France with Simone Zanoni, Chef de Cuisine of Trianon Restaurant in Versailles, and Camille Jaccoux, Champion Freeskier from Chamonix – both of whom will be acting as new brand ambassadors for Infiniti in Europe.
For 2016, the Infiniti lineup in the United States expands once again, literally, with a new longer, roomier Infiniti QX50 premium crossover. With its wheelbase extended 3.2-inches, the 2016 QX50 offers greatly increased rear passenger room, as well as additional cargo space. It also features new exterior styling.
With similar attributes of balance, precision and attention to detail, Infiniti and 12-time FIM Trial World Trial Champion Dougie Lampkin MBE officially confirmed their relationship when the motorcycle legend took delivery of a brand new Infiniti QX70.
As Infiniti approaches its 25th anniversary in November 2014, the contrast between then and now is remarkable. Plans have been announced to expand the current product portfolio by 60 percent in the next five years, along with doubling the number of powertrains.
Infiniti today announced U.S. pricing on the 2014 Infiniti QX70 and QX60, which are on sale now at Infiniti dealers nationwide. Starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the QX70 (formerly known as the Infiniti FX) remain unchanged from the 2013 models, while prices for the QX60 (formerly known as the Infiniti JX) increase just $300 USD.