Driven: Infiniti QX60

QX60_01_4J6A6833-1200x800

Infiniti’s best-selling vehicle in the U.S., the QX60, has been updated with a new design and refined driving dynamics

The Infiniti QX60 is a three-row crossover redesigned for 2022 with a new 9-speed transmission and added improvements for more comfortable driving. Americans can’t seem to get enough of roomy SUVs, and the QX60 is Infiniti’s top selling vehicle, competing in a crowded field. But while some challenger brands attempt to lure buyers with copycat designs, gaping maws, or sharp, polarising lines, Infiniti aims for streamlined, understated elegance.

Car Design News had the opportunity to drive the QX60 in California’s wine country, on a route that stretched from Napa to the Northern California coast. While Infiniti (and parent company Nissan) strives to introduce several electric vehicles by 2030, this QX60 is powered by a 295 hp, 3.5-litre petrol V6 — and endangered species that nevertheless provides more than enough power to tackle winding country roads and highways alike.

We’re glad you’re enjoying Car Design News

To continue reading this article and others like it SIGN-IN or SUBSCRIBE TODAY

For a one-time only FREE TRIAL granting you access to three premium articles register here

This article is available to CDN subscribers only
SUBSCRIBE TODAY to gain full access

CDN Comp Tablet phone image2

The benefits of your subscription include:

Access to motor show and concours coverage, trend and technology reports, design reviews of new and classic concept and production cars, exclusive interviews, regional reports, who’s where, design essays, career resources, design competitions, regular newsletter updates PLUS comprehensive degree show reports from the world’s leading design schools, the CDN archive of sketches, images and articles spanning 20 years of coverage.

 

An online subscription also gains you access to exclusive designer interviews from our annual Car Design Review yearbook, and access to exclusive interior design reviews from Interior Motives magazine. You can also receive Interior Motives in print through our online + print subscription, or buy individual copies of Interior Motives and Car Design Review.

 

Fees start from £55/€60/$70. Packages available for students, individuals, schools and corporates.

cdn-newspress-award-banner      cdn-newspress-award-banner

Gain full access to cardesignnews.com subscribe today

For a one-time only FREE TRIAL granting you access to three premium articles only register here

ALREADY SUBSCRIBED - Individual, Studio, Student or School

You now need to register your details and sign-in for full access to cardesignnews.com

SIGN-IN here