The new Infiniti QX60 three-row SUV packs a raft of Infiniti’s intuitive technology features that make it the most family-friendly SUV yet from the automaker, all paired with a carefully crafted interior and sleek exterior.
“The all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60 was designed with busy lives — friends, family, community — in mind,” said Infiniti Global Head of Product Strategy Eric Rigaux. “We focused on creating a serene environment inside that’s beautiful and practical, packed with new Infiniti IQ technology. In so many ways, the all-new QX60 is not just spacious, but stunning, and smart.”
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The details that define a lifestyle
The all-new 2022 QX60 was reimagined from the ground up to deliver excellent comfort for up to seven inside with more room for passengers. The particulars are worth mentioning: available quilted semi-aniline leather appointments, decadent open-pore wood trim, and subtle but expressive details help create a warm environment. Outside, the QX60 ushers in a refined, modern look for Infiniti with an upright stance, bold available color-contrast roof, and exceptional details including an origami-inspired mesh grille and “digital piano key” lighting signatures.
All feature a powerful 3.5-liter V-6 and an all-new 9-speed automatic. Customers can choose an advanced Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive system that features a new direct-coupling AWD engagement for seamless power transfer.
In addition, all QX60s feature a new Infiniti InTouch™ 12.3-inch interactive display touchscreen for infotainment with wireless Apple CarPlay and USB-based Android Auto compatibility software. An available Infiniti 12.3-inch Dynamic Meter Display in front of the driver delivers beautifully crisp information such as speed, navigation information, and more, and can be paired with a sharp 10.8-inch head-up display.
The new 2022 QX60 includes enhanced features that made the model a bestseller for Infiniti. For example, the QX60 keeps its ingenious sliding and tilting seats for the second row, allowing easy access to the third row without removing a child safety seat.
New technology for top driving experience
“We’ve enriched the all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60 in ways that our owners asked for,” Rigaux said. “Our spacious interior is highly functional and intuitive, with the right combination of features and materials to integrate into our owners’ routines. The all-new QX60 isn’t just gorgeous; it’s also practical.”
Practical and proactive, too. An enhanced ProPILOT Assist system also debuts on the QX60 and draws information from the onboard navigation system to support its driver. The ProPILOT Assist with Navi Link system can proactively slow the car for sharp bends or off-ramps and can automatically adjust the QX60’s speed when engaged. In stop-and-go traffic, the system can slow the QX60 to a stop and restart travel after up to 30 seconds of stand-still.
Harmony inspiring design for the 2022 Infiniti QX 60
With the all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60, designers created a new expression for the premium brand by combining powerful athleticism with harmony and simplicity. The combination is a new hallmark in INFINITI’s design language, underscored by the available brilliant Moonbow Blue shade that reproduces deep blues and violets that blanket the summer sky at dusk.
“The all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60 has an unmistakable presence and drives us into a new era for design,” said Head of Infiniti Design Taisuke Nakamura. “The QX60 SUV has a commanding presence that demands attention wherever it goes, but we’ve balanced with exquisite details that owners will appreciate.”
The finer details have embedded and unique, yet subtle, Japanese essence: kimono folds in the headlamps, origami in the grille, and ripples on a pond in the leather-appointed seats. The mesh within the QX60’s signature double-arched grille was inspired by the intricate folds of traditional Japanese origami. Below, embossed Infiniti lettering underneath the iconic badge elegantly announces the QX60’s arrival.
Eye-catching chrome frames the signature grille and reaches up toward the corners into Infiniti’s signature piano key LED headlights, which are standard on all QX60 grade levels.
An understated character line runs the length of the QX60, bisecting its equally appealing, available two-tone roof from its lower body. The black roof — a first for Infiniti — visually reaches toward the rear wheels and is emphasized with chrome accents that frame the expansive greenhouse.
The lower body simply balances that tension with maximum effect. Flowing curves drape over the front and rear wheels, with 20-inch machine-finished alloy wheels available on most grade levels.
At the rear, digital piano key lighting — seen on the stunning QX60 Monograph design study revealed last year — creates an unmistakable look at night. The rear taillight signature echoes the distinctive front LED headlamp display, which features an intricate kimono-fold pattern that connects with the origami-inspired mesh grille and understated yet poignant Japanese design elements throughout the QX60’s interior and exterior.
“The QX60’s exclusive and expressive Moonbow Blue captures our hearts and references the silence in the full-moon light on a humid summer evening. Special pigments allow color highlights to shift based on the viewing angle on a spectrum that ranges from purple through to green that delivers a sense of mystique,” Nakamura said.