2019 Infiniti QX50. The Infiniti teasing Infiniti QX50 began again in January, when the concept debut of Infiniti QX50. Not much changed between this version and the actual production version – there is a powerful front end with a large first grille, sharp character lines and a dash of extra bifeck from non-body body Barrier trim. In 2016, the Infiniti QX50 received a much-needed wheelbase that made its rear seats viable for anyone over 5 feet tall. Along with the new wheelbase, the body received a refreshed and some new features.
After all these changes, everything basically remained the same in 2017. Fortunately, the good stuff is just around the corner, as Infiniti recently announced that the Infiniti QX50 will be all new for 2019. Short of the name, 2019 Infiniti QX50 will be almost non-verifiable to Redesigned. It will abandon Infiniti’s design designs from yesterday and bring a more traditional look that is much like the QX60. While some proponents of Infiniti may make fun of this thought, families will now see this medium-sized crossover as a possible option.
The odd part is, although look more traditional Infiniti QX50 2019, the air drag is actually much lower than the previous generation. This is thanks to slippery hood, bumpers, pad and plates under the windboard. While there are not only cabin pictures, Infinity has not painted a beautiful picture in words. The 2019 Infiniti QX50 will boast what the automaker expects to be the best rear leg room in its class – a major change to this model, even with a longer wheelbase. It will also have a sliding rear seat that will expand the standard cargo capacity from 31.6 cubic feet to 37 cubes. With folded back seats, this cargo area grows to 60 cubic feet.
The driving force that will drive 2019 Infiniti QX50 will also be new, with some huge changes in the new generation. Under the hood will be a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that will pump 268 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque in place of the old 325-horsepower V6 engine. This engine will pair with a continuously variable bus instead of seven of the last-generation automatic-speed. Perhaps the biggest change is the flip of the four-wheel drive in the previous generation to the front-wheel drive in 2019. The four-wheel drive, of course, will remain an option.
The swapping of the big power generating changes will be a major boost in fuel economy, 27 miles per gallon combined in the front-wheel drive and 26 mpg along with the four-wheel drive. The Infiniti QX50-powered V9 outbound can only offer 20 mpg along. Safety is still unknown, but the new Infiniti QX50 will boast the Nissan Propilot Technology Assist, a semi-autonomous driving system that fully supports the driver’s lane in one lane driving by handling braking, acceleration, and lane guidance in one on highway speeds.
The main competition will include the BMW X1, the Acura Radex and the Lexus NX 300. The number 2019 Infiniti QX50 will reach traders this spring. Official pricing starts at $37,545 including destination. The four-wheel drive adds $1,800 for a runway of $39,345. At the top of the band, trim the “core” loaded with a four-wheel drive up to $46,145.