Infiniti QX60


Infiniti QX60

In the fashion world, Prada is bringing massive design innovation our way for spring 2022, and at Fendi high-couture returns with homage to the eternal city. Parrell Williams’ retro-glam style Good Time Hotel in Miami is enlivening the world of travel with see-and-be-seen energy. Yet, with all the seismic shifts in style definitions, Infiniti is stealing some of the spotlights with its strong lines, elegant appointments, tech offerings, and trendsetting design cues.

The early success of the QX55 and some star power from Kate Hudson fostered early buzz for the all-new 3-row QX60. With its release, the QX60 Infiniti is changing perceptions about SUV’s functionality, cabin experience, and style.




Sleek & Modern

The team at Infiniti said that this new SUV is there to help the owners “Conquer Life in Style” and the best way to experience that is to take a road trip in a QX60 complete with too much luggage because someone loves to overpack.

We hit the road in the QX60 indulging ourselves in its fabulous exterior design and an open atmosphere interior, generously appointed with tailored, soft-touch materials and the seamless integration of technology.

It was at our first stop, to load up with road trip snacks, we understood that this SUV is designed to make everyday tasks easier and more efficient, from the intuitive high-definition touchscreen to the wireless charging, Wi-Fi connectivity, and one-touch second-row seats that effortlessly slide forward and aft for easy access to the third row without removing a car seat. On the road the powerful V-6 engine, all-new 9-speed automatic transmission, available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive is always highway ready.


With seven-seats standard, Infiniti has paid careful attention to ensure that the ride is each row ride offers the utmost comfort. All QX60’s feature heated, 8-way power-adjustable “zero gravity” front seats with power lumbar adjustment. The driver’s seat features dual occupant memory functionality linked with the outside mirrors. The second-row bench seat features 60/40-split fold and once again that one-touch release for effortless third-row access, even when child safety seats occupy the second row.

Our QX60 photo and test car featured the AUTOGRAPH trim. Creating an impression of an SUV that costs thousands more. The executive-level comfort you get for all passengers is fantastic.



In addition to semi-aniline leather-appointed seating with contrast stitching and quilted leather that echoes ripples on a pond, our QX60 AUTOGRAPH has exclusive second-row captain’s chairs, a lightweight removable second-row console, 10.8-inch crystal-clear head-up display with dual free-form mirrors, Smart Rear-View Mirror, Adaptive Front Lighting System, and color-contrast black roof and roof rails. The QX60 AUTOGRAPH with front-wheel drive is priced at $60,350 MSRP. When equipped with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, the QX60 AUTOGRAPH tows up to 6,000 pounds thanks to an uprated cooling and an installed hitch receiver and is available at $63,250 MSRP far below best from Germany.




Powerful 3.5-liter V-6

Now in North American showrooms the QX60 is available in four well-equipped grades, each available with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive and starts at $46,850 – setting a new high bar for family SUVs with generous equipment.


“The all-new 2022 QX60 was designed with busy lives — friends, family, community — in mind,” said 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.” QX60.


First-class seating for in all 3 rows




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