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QX50 Concept Takes Infiniti Style to Next Level

Crossover shows what's possible.

by on Jan.09, 2017

Infiniti takes the QX Inspiration one step closer to reality with the QX50 Concept in Detroit.

The Infiniti QX50 concept isn’t what one has come to expect from concept cars at the world’s auto shows. It doesn’t feature revolutionary materials or space-age polymers, it’s just an example of what happens the best of everything is applied to one vehicle.

In reality, the QX50 is simply the next step in bringing the 2016 Infiniti QX Inspiration concept to reality. It moves the Inspiration closer to what a real crossover may retain from the pie-in-the-sky ideas applied to its predecessors.

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“With the unveiling of the QX Sport Inspiration at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show, we showed the future of Infiniti QX models,” said Roland Krueger, Infiniti’s president. (more…)

Infiniti QX30 Concept Makes its Geneva Debut

Production version set to roll out by year-end.

by on Mar.03, 2015

The QX30 Concept foreshadows an entry in the premium compact segment that provides a stylish alternative to the existing offer in this segment.

Infiniti has been doing the fan dance in recent weeks, dropping one tantalizing tidbit about the new QX30 after another. Finally, at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, it has gone the full monty.

Officially, what the maker unveiled is being dubbed a “concept vehicle.” No surprise, that’s part of the process for Infiniti. But what we see is darn close to what you’ll get when the new compact crossover hits showrooms later this year.

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“QX30 Concept foreshadows an entry in the premium compact segment that provides a stylish alternative to the existing offer in this segment,” said Roland Krueger, Infiniti president and CEO. “The vehicle embodies our conviction to give customers the freedom to go wherever they want, whenever they want – in a style that turns heads and makes a statement, in a way that expresses their individualized character.” (more…)