Infiniti has unveiled the updated version of the QX80 in Dubai a couple of days ago featuring a few subtle changes.
Updates include only cosmetic updates on the exterior and interior. That aside, the behemoth of an SUV remains the same mechanically, powered by a naturally-aspirated 5.6-litre V8 engine which produces 405 hp and 560 Nm of torque, paired to a seven-speed automatic gearbox.
Coming back to the changes on the new QX80, the big news is the redesigned front fascia. Gone are the big bulging hood, headlights and the front grille, replaced by a sleeker bonnet, LED headlights that are mounted slightly higher than before, and a larger grille – resulting in a more proportionate, cleaner, more presentable looking front end.
Also new are the fog lamps, side air vents, taillights, and the rear bumper – all of which are part of the brand’s new ‘Powerful Elegance’ design language.
Inside, the QX80 gets new leather upholstery, black carpets, improved NVH, larger rear-seat screens, as well as new dark wood trim all around the cabin.
Built in Kyushu, Japan, the updated Infiniti QX80 will go on sale in various markets around the world next month.