The Infiniti QX50 is the first car in the world to feature the brand new VC-Turbo engine - a groundbreaking new engine that represents the first major change to the internal combustion engine in a hundred years.
This unique variable compression technology continually transforms, adjusting its compression ratio to optimize power and fuel efficiency. It combines the power of a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with the torque and efficiency of an advanced four-cylinder diesel engine.
The unrivaled interior space, artistic application of high quality materials, and advanced craftsmanship make the cabin as welcoming and comfortable as it is flexible. Driver-centric, yet passenger-minded, the 2019 QX50 offers a package of technologies to enhance the driving experience. Its asymmetric layout and calm, connected ambience is designed to meet different needs of the driver and passengers.
"INFINITI's ProPILOT Assist technologies offer support when needed and add to the enjoyment and confidence of the driver. Our intention is to empower the driver and enhance feelings of pleasure behind the wheel, not to remove the driver from the equation. The brand new 2019 QX50 will set a new benchmark in the biggest luxury segment."
François Bancon, Vice President, Product Strategy
Our customers have stated their desire to remain a key element in the driving equation, so the brand's vision for driver assistance technologies allows drivers to retain ultimate control over their vehicle. These technologies empower and give confidence to the driver, including the ability to navigate stop-start traffic on the highway by monitoring the position of vehicles in front of them.
Infiniti QX50 represents the first autmotive use of SHF (Super High Formability) 980 MPa high-tensile steel, further strengthing this brand new platform. This material can be molded into unprecedented shapes, saving weight while achieving a torsional rigidity improvement of 23 percent over older models - this allows the car to resist flex and vibrations, while reducing the noise transmitted to the cabin.
This steel is used specifically around the crashable zones - the front and rear, as well as the sides - to better absorb energy in the event of a collision, as well as weight-bearing sections around the engine bay and other key structural parts of the car.
INFINITI QX50 COMING SOON
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