This year at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Infiniti is set to reveal something that everyone can get
Perhaps the most interestingly exciting part about the QX50 is its engine. The 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four is able to adjust the stroke of the piston quickly, varying the engine’s compression from 8:1 to 14:1, giving the midsize crossover some
The current QX50 only has a combined mpg rating of 20, but the new 2019 model will have quite the boost in fuel economy with the FWD getting 27 mpg and the AWD getting 26 mpg. Power will come through a continuously variable transmission, which
As far as looks go, it’s not out of the ordinary of what you’d see with other Infiniti products. The new QX50 has more conventional SUV proportions and stylings. As a matter of fact, it looks like a 7/8-scale version of the QX80, but with a front-wheel-drive profile. The QX50 concept that was revealed earlier this year turned out to be a pretty accurate interpretation of what was to come. Aside from its classy looks, the ProPilot assist system adds layers of safety and convenience features. It does not have fully-autonomous capabilities,
We can expect to see the QX50 on sale next year, competing with other models in the segment like the Cadillac XT5, Lexus RX, and Acura RDX. There’s no official pricing information out yet, but its base MSRP is expected to be somewhere between $35,000 and $40,000.