Want even more intuitive features? Sales of the Q70 have suffered immensely as consumers continue to purchase SUVs in large numbers. You expect a lot out of your INFINITI’s interior. Infiniti, though, recently made some changes to the Q50’s lineup, too, as it cut the base 2.0-liter turbocharged engine from the line earlier this year.
The Japanese automaker confirmed the news to Motor Authority. Select the option to run ads for autoblog.com, by clicking either "turn off for this site", "don't run on pages on this domain", "allow this site" or similar. Infiniti offered the 2019 Q70 in two trims: base and L. The latter was a stretched variant with more interior space, especially for passengers in the back. You may order presentation ready copies to distribute to your colleagues, customers, or clients, by visiting http://www.autobloglicensing.com. Rising from its own ashes, the next generation will allegedly take the shape of a five seater based on the Nissan Murano with a V6 engine up front and a sloping roofline at the back. Despite the new look inside and out, the QX80 will actually solider on with the same platform as the existing model from where it will inherit the 5.6-liter V8 engine hooked up to a seven-speed automatic transmission. We’ve reached out to Infiniti to confirm the news, but it doesn’t strike us as a surprising move whatsoever. This news comes to us via a report from Motor Authority, citing “the automaker” and Infiniti spokesperson Kyle Bazemore. Besides its SUV agenda, Infiniti will spice up its range with an electric sports car pinned for a 2020 launch and destined to ride on a newly developed platform using battery tech developed by parent company Nissan.