Only a single image has been released but it shows the new SUV heavily inspired by the concept of the same name, which was unveiled earlier this year.
Set to rival the likes of the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Mercedes-Benz GLC, the second-generation Infiniti QX50 will feature the world's first variable-compression petrol engine, said to offer diesel-rivalling fuel economy while offering class-leading performance.
Depending on the position of the rear bench, trunk volume varies between 31.6 cu ft (895 liters SAE) and 37 cu ft (1,048 liters SAE), with the maximum capacity growing to 60 cu ft (1,699 liters SAE) with the rear seats folded.
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The four-cylinder unit, called VC-Turbo, can adjust its compression ratio continuously between 8:1 (boosting performance) and 14:1 (increasing efficiency) depending on driving style. The FWD version with the new VC-Turbo engine offers 35% better fuel efficiency than the outgoing V6 QX50. Full explanation and video illustration of how the new engine works here. While we need to wait for European-spec boot capacity data, Infiniti reckons it'll swallow up three golf bags and still leave space for more stuff. Infiniti says the combination will send the QX50 from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 6.3 seconds in all-wheel-drive format.
Infiniti will add a new crossover to its range at the LA Auto Show later this month. Flat out, it can reach a top speed of 230 km/h.
Infiniti's corporate grille will be the center piece of the 2019 QX50's front fascia, hinting that its going to look like a shrunken QX60. It consists of functions that help the driver accelerate, brake and steer the vehicle in single-lane highway driving conditions, providing autonomous-like functionality, activating at the push of a button.