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2022 Infiniti QX60, All you want to know about a special car

Oct 13, 2021
2022 Infiniti QX60, All you want to know about a special car

2022 Infiniti QX60, All you want to know about a special car

 

2022 Infiniti QX60 First Look: Boring No More

Infiniti’s bestseller has broken out of its shell.

 

It isn’t often the case that an automaker debuts a concept whose design faithfully transfers over to the production model. Wild wheels are downsized, seductive curves are straightened, and bold looks are generally watered down by safety regulations and manufacturing realities. The all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60 is the exception to that rule, debuting with styling that is nearly identical to the stunning Monograph concept Infiniti showed last year and way, way beyond its predecessor’s humdrum visage.

The newly redesigned luxury three-row SUV sports a more aggressive look and oozes more swagger with its elegant fender bulges, tightened up roofline, and wider stance. The bestselling three-row crossover from Infiniti has not only broken out of its shell with this new generation but burst through its walls like the Kool-Aid man.

 

New QX60, Not The Same As The Old QX60

Up front, the Infiniti QX60 exhibits a drastically squared-off face with wide-set intake slats and furrowed headlights that bring more seriousness than last year’s taller, narrower-seeming model. The new double-arch mesh grille is inspired by Japanese origami, and below the badge is embossed Infiniti lettering. The massive faux air vents, while non-functional, look the part and add a touch of sportiness.

2022 Infiniti QX60 First Look: Boring No More

Infiniti’s bestseller has broken out of its shell.

 

It isn’t often the case that an automaker debuts a concept whose design faithfully transfers over to the production model. Wild wheels are downsized, seductive curves are straightened, and bold looks are generally watered down by safety regulations and manufacturing realities. The all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60 is the exception to that rule, debuting with styling that is nearly identical to the stunning Monograph concept Infiniti showed last year and way, way beyond its predecessor’s humdrum visage.

The newly redesigned luxury three-row SUV sports a more aggressive look and oozes more swagger with its elegant fender bulges, tightened up roofline, and wider stance. The bestselling three-row crossover from Infiniti has not only broken out of its shell with this new generation but burst through its walls like the Kool-Aid man.

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Up front, the Infiniti QX60 exhibits a drastically squared-off face with wide-set intake slats and furrowed headlights that bring more seriousness than last year’s taller, narrower-seeming model. The new double-arch mesh grille is inspired by Japanese origami, and below the badge is embossed Infiniti lettering. The massive faux air vents, while non-functional, look the part and add a touch of sportiness.

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There is plenty of chrome sprinkled throughout the exterior, including on the skid plates and side skirts, which also have the embossed Infiniti logo. The subtle shoulder line leads the eyes to the less rounded backside, where the overall packaging appears both muscular and refined. Furthermore, the 2022 QX60 has slimmer taillights and comes loaded with plastic cladding that was missing from the more minivan-like QX60 of old.

If the exterior has taken a serious turn, the new QX60’s interior is unrecognizable. The revamped interior feels more spacious and features upgraded tech, theater-style seating, a “floating” center console, and a shift-by-wire gear selector. The new HVAC controls are sleeker and incorporate capacitive sensing with haptic feedback. A 12.5-inch touchscreen, eight-way power-adjustable heated front seats, a panoramic moonroof, tri-zone automatic climate control, wireless Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto are standard on every QX60.

If posh is what you are after, then the fancy Autograph model is the only way to go. The QX60 example shown in these pictures is the top-of-line Autograph trim grade featuring a refreshing coat of Moonbow Blue, 20-inch wheels, and the Autograph-exclusive black-painted contrasting-color roof.

On the inside, this luxurious trim grade adds semi-aniline leather upholstery in Saddle Brown that covers the seats, dashboard, center console, and door panels. Attractive details include the diamond-quilted seat pattern, white seat piping, and double-stitching on the front- and second-row seats. Additionally, Autograph models get second-row captain’s chairs with a removable center console, a Bose Performance Series 17-speaker sound system, ventilated front seats with massage function, open-pore wood trim, and ambient lighting.

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The ergonomically designed second and third rows provide additional comfort and offer more hip-to-heel space. Thanks to the second-row tilting and sliding functionality (a clever feature first introduced on the previous QX60), third-row seat access is effortless via a one-touch control button. The tilting and sliding feature is child seat-friendly and will keep the child seats in the second row securely in place, which is super convenient for parents with a multi-age brood.

Standard safety on all trims includes forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection, predictive forward collision warning, and automatic rear braking. An enhanced ProPilot Assist with Navi Link system, a customizable 12.3-inch instrument cluster, and a 10.8-inch head-up display are available on select grades.

Same Engine, New Transmission

For the 2022 model year, the 3.5-liter V-6 producing 295 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque returns; however, a new nine-speed automatic replaces the old QX60’s squishy belt-type continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

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Once again, the QX60 is available with front- or all-wheel drive, though now it can tow up to 6,000 pounds when properly equipped—a 20 percent improvement from the outgoing model. Available on all trim levels, the Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive system provides extra traction in slippery conditions and can send up to 50 percent of available engine torque to the rear wheels when wheel slip is detected.

The all-new 2022 Infiniti QX60 has transformed into a head-turning luxury three-row SUV, a marked departure from the less exciting first-generation QX60. It arrives in showrooms in North America by the end of 2021. Customers can expect details on pricing, features, trim options, and specifications released closer to the on-sale date.

Infiniti QX60 Monograph: First Look

Infiniti’s midsize three-row family SUV reimagined.

Infiniti first launched the three-row, seven-passenger, mid-size QX60 SUV in 2013. Other than a refresh in 2018, this popular family hauler has remained relatively unchanged. Unveiled today in Yokohama, Japan, we get our first look at what the next generation of the QX60 might look like by way of the Infiniti QX60 Monograph.

What is a Monograph, you ask? Well, Infiniti describes Monograph as more than a simple design study or concept vehicle. A Monograph provides a tangible insight into how the company plans to transform a future vehicle. This QX60 Monograph displays some of the proportions and design elements that will be found on the future production model.

Focusing solely on the exterior, Infiniti designers have given the QX60 Monograph a wide stance, sleek greenhouse, horizontal shoulder lines, and pronounced wheel arches. The current QX60 is adored by families for its spacious interior and comfortable seating, the QX60 Monograph displays the company’s intention to retain these attributes while bringing a new, more muscular and aerodynamic silhouette.

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“We commenced the design of the Monograph knowing this was an opportune time to start a discussion about where we are planning to take the QX60 in the future and more broadly, where we are heading as a brand with our design language,” said Alfonso Albaisa, senior vice president, Global Design, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.

When viewed from the side, the QX60 Monograph shows off its powerful horizontal hood, pronounced fenders, long wheelbase, gentle sloping A-pillar, and teardrop-shaped greenhouse. At the rear, the wide body and track, paired with horizontal window line give QX60 Monograph a sense of poise and stability. The high shoulder line raises the vehicle’s visual center of gravity. And the roof tapers into a subtly integrated rear spoiler.

“The platinum paint on the QX60 Monograph projects a sense of warmth,” said Taisuke Nakamura, senior design director, Infiniti Global Design, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. “The highly reflective nature mimics the qualities of liquid metal, allowing the surface of the body to capture the shadows and lights of the environment in which it is displayed creating a sense of dynamism.”

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The intricate folds of traditional Japanese origami were the inspiration for the inner mesh of the signature Double Arch grille. The result is a two-dimensional surface that projects a sense of three-dimensional depth. The same mesh pattern is echoed in the side air intakes in the lower corners of the bumper. The large panoramic roof features a “kimono fold” pattern. This geometric feature, a series of intricate perpendicular lines, draws inspiration from the folds of a silk kimono and the structures of Japan’s modern architecture.

“The QX60 Monograph embodies the Japanese concept of ‘Ma,’ a sense of minimalism where designers seek harmony, adding just the right amount of elements with very specific meaning to create something special. This is evident on the body, where at a glance it is simple, but when you get closer, you see that there are elements that are playing against each other in a sense of harmony,” Albaisa explains.

Intricate “Digital Piano Key” lighting at the front and rear projects a futuristic appearance and showcases the company’s desire to blend human artistry with the latest technology. The inner structure of the headlamp features a shape and pattern of lines inspired by an electrical heatsink device.

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Bright white at the front, and ultra-red at the back, the QX60 Monograph’s lamps are accompanied by the glowing Infiniti brand emblem. An opening light sequence begins at the logo and fans out to the headlamps in a dynamic welcome for drivers. The rear lamps are tinted and, when extinguished, appear to wrap around the back of the vehicle.

We were fortunate enough to get to see the QX60 Monograph in person before it headed from the United States to Japan for the unveiling. This vehicle is even more gorgeous in person than any photo can convey. Looking at the vehicle it’s quite easy to get a sense for what the future production model might look like. We suspect the wheels will be slightly smaller, some of the more intricate details and Easter eggs will be removed, and the lighting elements will be similar but standardized to meet DOT regulations.

We would anticipate that much of the body structure and proportions will remain, along with the shape of the greenhouse and glass. Sadly, the QX60 Monograph is being presented for external design only, so no vision of the interior or drivetrains was given at this time.

The QX60 Monograph is being debuted in Yokohama, Japan, and will make its auto show debut at the 2020 Beijing Motor Show before being placed on display within the Nissan global headquarters gallery in Yokohama. Infiniti has also stated that the production version of the new QX60 will be shown sometime in early 2021.

 

2022 Infiniti QX60 Pros and Cons Review: Three-Row Luxury

New looks, new tech, new powertrain.

 

Pros

  • Gorgeous exterior
  • Modern interior
  • Easy access to third row

Cons

  • Moderate body roll
  • Troublesome AWD system
  • Lack of low-end torque

Climb aboard the 2022 Infiniti QX60, and you feel like you’re in a first-class cabin. The attention to detail, the hidden air vents, and haptic-touch controls make for a clean and simple interior. It’s a step above the previous generation and brings a new kind of luxury to Infiniti. Open-pore wood, chrome, and piano-black trim up the look, and the large 12.3-inch touchscreen and 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster deliver modern touches.

The attractive styling continues outside, where the QX60 introduces a new design language for the brand. “Elegant, distinctive, and butch,” associate editor Alex Leanse said. “The exterior shows as much design advancement as anything else here.” Smooth and swift character lines complement slim head- and taillights, mimicking the stunning Monograph concept that appeared last year.

Although the platform didn’t change much compared to the previous generation, the 2022 QX60 feels more spacious, particularly in its second and third rows. Third-row ingress and egress is like talking to Siri: Briefly press and hold a button on the side of the second row, and the seat slides forward quickly, leaving enough space for adults to climb in. And once seated in the third row, even our tallest judges didn’t have trouble with head- or legroom.

The 3.5-liter V-6 with 295 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque is a carryover from the previous version, but a new nine-speed automatic transmission replaces the old, lethargic CVT. The new nine-speed is a step up, but judges noted a lack of low-end torque, particularly for freeway merging. On the sand course, the QX60 struggled as the traction-control system cut power. “I almost came to a stop a few times even though I had my foot to the floor,” Detroit editor Alisa Priddle said. “I didn’t get stuck but did slow down, and it was dicey at times.”

Meanwhile, judges dished out mixed reviews regarding the QX60’s on-pavement performance. While some noted excessive body roll on the winding road, others observed great suspension control, particularly on the separate ride-testing course. “Some of the expansion joints and the rough aggregate surface did excite some of the interior trim,” technical director Frank Markus said, “but this is a fairly smooth-riding three-row SUV.”

At $61,570, our QX60 Sensory test model came well equipped and showed good value, but it fell short of advancing as a finalist. Infiniti did a notable job making the SUV nicer than the previous model by adding modern technology, a gorgeous design, and more interior space. Against our criteria, though, it didn’t stand as strong as other SUVs in this year’s program. It delivers in terms of advancement in design and value, but it needs more in terms of performance of intended function and engineering excellence.

2022 Infiniti QX60 AWD Specifications
Base Price/As tested $50,570/$61,570
Power (SAE net) 295 hp @ 6,400 rpm
Torque (SAE net) 270 lb-ft @ 4,800 rpm
Accel, 0-60 mph 7.3 sec
Quarter-mile 15.7 sec @ 87.9 mph
Braking, 60-0 mph 128 ft
Lateral Acceleration 0.80 g (avg)
MT Figure Eight 28.0 sec @ 0.60 g (avg)
EPA City/Hwy/Comb 20/25/22 mpg (est)
Vehicle Layout Front-engine, AWD, 7-pass, 4-door SUV
Engine, Transmission 3.5L direct-injected DOHC 24-valve 60-degree V-6, 9-speed automatic
Curb Weight (F/R DIST) 4,652 lb (56/44%)
Wheelbase 114.2 in
Length x Width x Height 198.2 x 78.0 x 69.7 in
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2022 Infiniti QX60 On Youtube

 

Is the ALL NEW 2022 Infiniti QX60 a midsize luxury WORTH the PRICE?

The NEW Q60 is here and Infiniti is bringing some BIG changes for 2022. On the outside you will notice an all new front fascia, grills, wheels, and sheet metal. On the inside you will be greeted to an all new leather interior, 12.3in infotainment system, and 12.3in digital gauge cluster. Under the hood is a 3.5L V6 that produces 295HP & is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission.

2022 Infiniti QX60 | First Look

We showed you the QX60 Monography, which was just a concept, but here’s the production guy. We only have an hour with this, so let’s get to it! Exterior design can be pretty subjective, so take a look at some of the details on the completely redesigned 7-passenger SUV yourself. New profile.

A new grille and LED piano key headlights. New lower stance and those cool taillights from the Monograph make their way here, too.

It looks sexier, more athletic. Those are good things in case you were wondering.

Under all that sexy athletic sheet metal the QX60 will get Infiniti’s 3.5-liter V6. Yes, we’ve seen that before. But the very good news in the powertrain department is the new 9-speed automatic transmission it gets paired with.
We can’t drive it yet, obvi. But when we do, we will and you can subscribe to the KBB YouTube channel to make sure you catch the video.

AWD will be an option here with Infiniti telling us that max towing capacity for a properly equipped QX60 will be 6,000 instead of the 5,000 pounds of the previous model. Inside is where things get even more interesting to me.

I think Infiniti does interiors well, and this one is no exception. The design feels simple enough without getting too basic. This is the Autograph trim, so clearly it’s more jazzed up than the base model would be, but we like that Infiniti can go here. I’ll be interested to see what the base model looks like by comparison, but the setup of the cockpit won’t change and at first look, it’s intuitive and well situated.

Infiniti promises the tech in the new QX60 will be next level starting with the optional 7 USB ports. A standard 12.3-inch touchscreen. Standard wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto and a WiFi hotspot.

Enhanced ProPilot assist that works with the navigation system to anticipate sharp turns or off-ramps and slow your roll. And a 10.8-inch head-up display. Those are just a few features we’ll get to test when we get one

A couple other things we know will be standard as of now, a panoramic moonroof and a power liftgate. All of this and improved cargo space behind both the second and third rows. And more sound dampening materials inside the cabin for a quieter ride.

Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but based on the previous model, we expect the 2022 QX60 to start close to $45,000. Okay, hour’s up. Phew. We’ll have more to talk about this one for sure, so stay tuned.

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2022 Infiniti QX60: First Look (Up-Close Details)

After previewing in concept form a few months ago, we get our official first look at the production version of the Infiniti QX60. With new style and an overhauled interior, this car looks to cut into sales from direct competitors at Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Genesis, and others. We’re just not sure if the QX60 does enough to stand out from the Nissan Pathfinder in which it shares quite a lot in common.

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