2018 Infiniti QX80 is a large luxury SUV built by Nissan Motor Company’s Infiniti division. The naming convention originally adhered to the current trend of using a numerical designation derived from engine displacement, hence QX56 since the automobile has a 5.6 liter engine. Starting in the 2014 model year, the car was renamed QX80, as part of the name change of the Infiniti model. The new name does not make more sense than to suggest that the vehicle is bigger than the smaller models like the Infiniti QX60.
2018 Infiniti QX80 Interior
The interior design of the 2018 QX80 includes several features of Infiniti M 2010, the standard luxury and optional semi-anilino leather seats, three-zone climate control, Bose 2-channel surround sound and 13 speakers high-end audio memory hard drive, system HDD-based navigation, XM Satellite Radio with NavTraffic is standard, hatchback hatchback and Infiniti Intuitive Park Assist, a parking aid function that uses the surrounding view monitor. Other features include front and rear seats with air conditioning, audio transmission via Bluetooth wireless technology, a center console, power sliding rear seats, third-row seats and a 7-inch DVD entertainment system at the rear . The new ventilation curtain for this generation directs airflow from the air conditioning system from the top of each side window to the floor. A new Around View Monitor system uses a grille-mounted camera with a 180-degree front view, and another camera mounted on the passenger side of the vehicle’s side mirror eliminates blind spots on the low-speed side. like in parking lots or off-road adventures.
2018 Infiniti QX80 Features
Infiniti QX80 2018 model also features the updated Infiniti hard drive-based navigation system with an eight-inch VGA display. Infiniti SmartAccess Keyless Touch “Intelligent Remote” is standard with 8 airbags including knee airbags for the driver and front passenger and side airbags for the torso in the second row, the Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) is The collision system (PCS), the vehicle dynamic control (electronic stability control) and the lane departure warning system are available.
Compared to its predecessor, the new Infiniti QX is 1.4 inches longer, 1.1 inches wider. Most of the frame’s body mass is high-strength steel, but the Infiniti QX is more robust thanks to its “body-on-frame” concept and shares the same platform as the Nissan Patrol. The front and rear have the suspension of the double suspension with the independent suspension combined with the new system of control of the hydraulic movement of the body. The QX comes standard with 22-inch wheels.
4WD versions have four-level terrain control that includes rock, snow, sand and dirt modes. This generation left the rear door handles were installed costumed in the “C” column, a tradition that began with the 1985 Nissan five-door Pathfinder as the first generation 2018 Infiniti QX was based on the second generation Pathfinder. The appearance of this generation is more in line with other big luxury SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class, the Audi Q7, the Lexus LX, the Range Rover, the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator.
2018 Infiniti QX80 Engine
The Infiniti QX56 introduces a new 5.6L V8 V856VD engine with direct injection variable valve VEL valves, it is also found in the Nissan Patrol, which is rated at 400 horsepower (300 kW) and 413 lb·ft (560 N·M ) of torque. The more powerful engine helps give the Infinity QX a greater towing capacity of up to 8,500 pounds. The engine is connected to a seven-speed sequential automatic transmission with a brand new 4WD system.
2018 Infiniti QX80 QX80 Concept
The Infiniti QX80 Monograph Concept is a design study that provides a second major facelift for the 2018 QX80 model for the year, due in December 2017. 2018 X80 will retain its 5.6-liter V8 engine and its basic architecture. The 2018 Infiniti QX80 monograph was presented at the 2017 New York International Auto Show.