All new INFINITI QX50 design and engineering details

| November 30, 2017

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Distinctive proportions and Powerful Elegance design language set the QX50 apart. A sense of human artistry is clear with quality materials and signature INFINITI design cues: the double-arch grille, clamshell hood, crescent-cut D-pillar, ‘human-eye’ headlights and corresponding taillights. INFINITI’s double-arch grille gives the ‘face’ of the QX50 a unique and distinguished appearance.

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