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INFINITI QX80   2021 2022
2021 2022

Infiniti refreshed the QX80 lineup in 2021 for the 2022 model year and brought slight exterior improvements and significant interior updates for its largest vehicle in the stable.
The Japanese carmaker decided to bump its entire lineup, and the QX80 flagship received all the credits and improvements to stay on top of its game. Even though it wasn’t the most powerful in its class, it still offered plenty of features to be considered a tough contender.

With a redesigned front fascia that featured the corporate grille with a chromed, surrounding rim, the QX80 provided a commanding view to the road. Its redesigned LED-enhanced headlights and the shining trim that adorned the lower side of the bumper offered the vehicle a premium look, in par with Audi, Mercedes-Benz, or Lexus, but more in the Cadillac and Lincoln styling. But it takes a keen eye to spot the differences between the 2018 and the 2022 model. Still, they exist and can be noticed on the lower grille, which features two slats instead of three.

Inside, the most important upgrade was for the infotainment system. It seems like Infinity used the same Nissan infotainment system since the Nissan Primera P12, with a screen and many buttons arranged at its bottom area. The 2022 QX80 welcomed its customers with a wider and taller 12.3” touch-screen installed on top of the center stack and offered Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

Under the hood, Infinity placed the same 5.6-liter V8 engine paired to a seven-speed automatic transmission. It might not be the most fuel-efficient engine in its class, but it is appreciated for its smoothness and reliability.

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INFINITI QX80   2018 2021
2018 2021

The second generation of the biggest Infiniti model on the market was the QX80.
It was launched in 2010 and it was facelifted twice: in 2013 and 2017.

Unveiled at the 2017 Dubai Motor Show in December, as a 2018 model year, the QX80 was based on the Nissan Armada pickup-truck chassis, which was used for the Nissan Patrol as well. It brought more technology inside, both for safety and for comfort. To ensure the manufacturing quality, the QX80 was produced in Nissan’s factory in Yukuhashi, Japan. For the Russian market, the car was assembled from CKD kits in Saint-Petersburg.

The most important visible change of the exterior was on the front side of the car, where the curvy lines were changed with more modern, angular ones. It’s new, LED, headlights followed the same design language as for other sedans, SUVs, and coupes from its family. The side air-vents from the front fenders were reshaped accordingly. The taillights were fitted with LED, similar to those found on the QX50 SUV.

The interior was fit for seven or eight passengers, depending on the configuration. An 8” infotainment screen was installed for the front passenger and the driver. For the rear-seat entertainment, the QX80 featured new displays with high-resolution screens, and 3.5mm jack for headphones. The side steps outside the car were enlarged, for easier ingress and egress.

The 2018 model featured adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, blind-spot warning, and several other safety systems. For the drivetrain, the QX80 featured the same 5.6-liter V8 gasoline engine with rear or four-wheel-drive. The latter enabled all-wheel-drive traction when conditions required it.

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INFINITI QX80   2014 2017
2014 2017

The Infiniti QX80 offers a fresh new exterior design and a more crafted interior for 2015, plus additional standard features and technology, bringing Infiniti’s premium full-size luxury SUV closer in look and feel to the dramatic new Infiniti Q50 sports sedan.
The new Infiniti QX80 made its world debut at the 2014 New York International Auto Show prior to going on sale at Infiniti retailers in the United States in fall 2014. The extensive exterior design refinements focus on the QX80’s front end appearance, with the new upper grille shape and added lower grille mirroring the bold style of the popular Q50. The revised front fascia also features new LED high/low beam headlights, LED turn signals, LED fog lights and a new bumper with flush-mounted sonar sensors. Chrome-plated outside rear mirror caps have been added to the QX80 Deluxe Technology Package. In the rear of the QX80 a larger, standard bumper protector helps reduce potential damage when loading or unloading recreational gear or bulky cargo. There are also three new exterior colors among the seven total color choices: Hermosa Blue, Graphite Shadow and Majestic White.

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