Infiniti originally previewed the new generation QX50 as a concept at the 2017 Detroit auto show.
Slightly longer and wider than its predecessor, the 2019 Infiniti QX50 has the same wheelbase of 110.2 inches (2,800 mm). The QX50 will be the luxury brand's rival to the Audi Q5 and BMW X3 and so on.
According to Infiniti senior vice president of global design Alfonso Albaisa, the 2019 QX50 will not sacrifice interior space in the name of style. A multi-link system raises or lowers the pistons to change compression ratios on demand, anywhere from 8:1 up to a diesel-like 14:1. Meanwhile, thanks to the fact that this new-generation XQ50 is a clean sheet design, built from the ground up on a new platform with new materials and a closer focus on performance; the resulting vehicle has a much greater torsional rigidity, meaning that it could also be on a par in terms of handling and driver involvement, too. The new QX50 borrows much of its look from the bigger, three-row QX60, including a chromed kink near the rear roof pillar and a more upright trapezoidal grille up front.
Infiniti has unveiled its forthcoming QX50 SUV ahead of its debut at the LA Motor Show next week.
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The QX50 will sport Infiniti's first use of its semi-autonomous driving software, dubbed "ProPILOT Assist".
Other technologies include ProPilot autonomous drive support technologies to assist the driver when accelerating, braking and steering during single-lane carriageway driving, whilst still allowing them to retain ultimate control over the vehicle.
Flat out, the QX50 is claimed to be capable of accelerating from 0-100kph in 6.3sec and reaching a top speed of 143mph/229kph.
The new Infiniti QX50 has been revealed, complete with a new platform and world's first variable compression ratio petrol engine in a production auto. The 2.0-litre turbocharged four cylinder is said to produce 268 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque with a combined fuel efficiency of 9.05L/100km for all-wheel-drive models.