Infiniti QX60 2022: Aggressive Design & New Tech

Infiniti QX60 2022 launches transmission, we tell you everything you need to know for its presentation.

Infiniti QX60 2022 makes power and transmission official, before being completely uncovered. The brand will look for its SUV to offer improved performance and for this, it has eliminated the CVT transmission in favor of a ZF 9-speed automatic gearbox with different driving modes.

With this, the 3.5-liter V6 will offer 295 hp, 11 more than the previous generation. QX60 changed the CVT for a traditional next-generation automatic also in Pathfinder, a vehicle with which it shares a platform. While there is no confirmation of front, rear or integral wheel drive, we would expect the latter to be for the top of the range, with an entry-level FWD version.

“The upcoming all-new Infiniti QX60 MY2022 embraces the principles of what our brand stands for. Teams in Japan and the United States have worked tirelessly to bring the new QX60 to customers as our most advanced three-row SUV yet. The QX60 is a foundation for Infiniti and will bring our core philosophies to life. We will have more to talk about soon, so I invite you to learn more about her. “Peyman Kargar Infiniti Chairman. 

Infiniti has mentioned multiple hours of testing and miles aboard the 2022 QX60, they have taken it to the deserts of Arizona and the Death Valley of California, to test it in extreme temperatures.

Infiniti QX60 2022 Side

For its part, the new box promises, according to Infiniti, an improved transmission ratio to offer linear accelerations that provide a sense of power and efficiency. Finally, in addition to the mechanical issue, the interior offers more space and will have a Shift by wire system in the center console, that is, the transmission and driving mode selector will be by button.

We’re expecting multiple driving aids, a really beautiful design, and improved space for the third seat bench. It is rumored that the vehicle will be presented towards the last quarter of the year.

Elenor Kling

A tech lover and generally a car enthusiast who likes to do a lot of research and share knowledge.

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