Looks like: A beefed-up version of the previous generation QX60, and also the QX60 Monograph Concept
Competes with: Acura MDX, Buick Enclave, Lexus RX 350L
Powertrain: 295-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6; nine-speed automatic; front- or all-wheel drive
Hits dealerships: Fall
Infiniti is churning out sleek, stylish SUVs, and on the heels of the brand’s debut of the all-new QX55, it’s released a redesigned QX60 — the QX55’s older, bigger sibling. The QX60 returns for 2022 as a three-row SUV with an emphasis on luxury comforts and family features, but for the new model-year, it gets some much-needed updates in the multimedia tech department as well as a new nine-speed automatic transmission.
In 2020, Infiniti unveiled the QX60 Monograph Concept, saying the model would closely resemble the next-gen QX60. The brand made good on the promise: Like the Monograph, the QX60 has a longer nose with a bolder, more upright stance than the outgoing model. Its large, origami-inspired mesh grille steals the show in front, augmented by piano-key LED headlights, which are standard on all trims. An available color contrast roof further makes the model stand out along with available 20-inch machine-finished alloy wheels.
In back, the QX60 wears the concept’s piano-key lighting style, complementing the front end. It’s available in an exclusive Moonbow Blue color with a black roof; Infiniti says the color shifts from purple to green based on the viewing angle.