The 2022 Infiniti QX60 starts reaching U.S. dealerships. The first vehicles have rolled off the assembly line. The base price is $46,850.
The new 2022 Infiniti QX60 crossover SUV will be available at dealer showrooms across America very soon, though in “very limited quantities” as the manufacturer notifies. Infiniti has already begun its mass production at the plant in Smyrna, Tennessee.
The model has successfully debuted earlier this year. Besides the fact the QX60 is accepted well by the media and retailers, it demonstrates increased demand judging by thousands of reservations the potential buyers made.
Infiniti completely redesigned the 2022 QX60 from the ground up. The crossover is inspired by the Japanese “Ma” concept. Its distinctions include minimalist design, sophisticated connectivity, innovative safety features, linear and refined performance.
The model has already started collecting awards. In particular, it won the “Best Premium SUV” award of the 2021 Newsweek Autos.
The retail price before tax, fees, charges, options is $46,850. The standard features the vehicle offers include a 12.3-inch InTouch Interactive Display, wireless Apple CarPlay and USB-based Android Auto, leather seats for up to 7, heating of a steering wheel and front seats, a panoramic moon roof, one-touch third-row access.
The options include 20-inch machine-finished alloy wheels, a contrast roof, embedded massagers for front seats, open-pore wood trim, quilted, semi-aniline, leather-appointed seating.
The all-new Infiniti QX60 joins the QX55 and QX80 models at Infiniti dealers.
Source: Infiniti USA