The standard model now costs $2300 more, but the top-of-the-range trim becomes $11,250 cheaper.
The 2021 updates include a new trim level added and several driver assistance features available as standard.
All QX80s come with a 5.6-liter 400-hp V8 engine, rear- or all-wheel-drive on choice. AWD is optional, costs $3100.
The 2021 Infiniti QX80’s starting price is $70,445 for the entry-level Luxe RWD model. There is a $2300 price rise over the 2020 SUV.
The highest Sensory grade is available for $81,595. It is a drop of $11,250 from the same-level 2020 model. All the prices include a $1395 destination fee.
The QX80 Sensory offers the interior trimmed in semi-aniline leather, 8.0-inch rear-facing screens on the front seat backs, Infiniti’s Hydraulic Body Motion Control, a premium Bose sound system.
Between The Luxe and Sensory, there is the new Premium Select trim now, starting at $74,745. It brings 22-inch dark chrome wheels, dark chrome accents, black highlights on the grille and fender vents.
The safety functions which Infinity offers for all trim levels include lane-departure warning with lane keep assist, blind-spot detection, and adaptive cruise control.
The Smart Rearview Mirror is standard as well for the 2021 Infiniti QX80.
Sales begin this fall.